First Norse Pagan Temple in 1000 Years built in Reykjavik, Iceland | An Interview with Ásatrú Architect Magnús Jensson

For the first time in over 1000 years, followers of the old Norse gods known as Ásatrú are building a temple in Reykjavik for what has become the fastest growing religion in Iceland. In this short video, The Midgardian interviews architect Magnús Jensson to discuss his 15 year odyssey to “create a mystery for the future” as part of the living Heathen religion.

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