Stock Photo - The Wasa museum. The Wasa 64-gun warship sunk in 1628 on its maiden voyage from Stockholm, only 1,500 yards from shore, keeling over from the weight of its

Stock Photo: The Wasa museum. The Wasa 64-gun warship sunk in 1628 on its maiden voyage from Stockholm, only 1,500 yards from shore, keeling over from the weight of its.

Stock Photo - The Wasa museum. The Wasa 64-gun warship sunk in 1628 on its maiden voyage from Stockholm, only 1,500 yards from shore, keeling over from the weight of its ...  canons. The ship wasn't found until 1956 when Anders Franzen started taking samples from the bottom of the sea outside Stockholm from a little rowboat. Today, the Wasa is rebuilt and preserved, and is ironically Sweden's biggest tourist attraction. Stockholm, Sweden

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