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What did the Vikings invent?

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The Vikings were the ones who invented the first practical magnetic compass. They used it in their travels to colonize or in war and it enabled them to cross seas and oceans to reach the new lands and to invade England. They however kept the existence of the magnetic compass as a secret.
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