We know so much about Norse Mythology because of the writings of this man.
Odin's eight-legged horse, and you won't believe who gave birth to the mighty steed!
He sacrificed his eye to drink from the well of wisdom; the day Wednesday is named after him.
The day Tuesday is named after this Norse God.
We know him from comic books, cartoons, and movies, but did you know that the God of Thunder is how we derived the name for the fifth day of the week?
Many slain in battle will end up here.
After the Ragnarok cataclysm, these two re-populated the world.
This serpent tried to swallow the world, and in many stories, is responsible for killing Thor!
This monstrous wolf and problem for the gods is somehow Loki's offspring.
The majority of the old Norse texts were produced here, a land the Vikings called "The Land of Fire and Ice".
The Nine Realms all cling to this ash tree.
During World War II, a team of Germans plotting to overthrow Hitler named their secret plan Operation _______.
One possibility for a Norse afterlife is to be chosen by the goddess ______ to dwell in her field Fólkvangr. It's not Valhalla, but it's much better than Hel!
According to Norse mythology, the first human couple was ___ ___ _____, not Adam and Eve.
This part of the world encompasses Norway, Sweden, and Denmark (some map makers also include Iceland and Finland).