The Vasa warship sank at the occasion of his inaugural journey in Stockholm in 1628. After 333 years at the bottom of the sea, the impressive warship was recovered and he could finally continue his journey. Today, the VASA is the best-preserved 17th century ships and can be admired within a museum structure specially built in Stockholm. The Vasa is a unique artistic treasure, consisting of 98 percent of original parts, including hundreds of wooden sculptures.
Presented by Romano Pisciotti