Simplifying and speeding up the process of applying for Russian visas is a major priority for the Russian Visa Application Centre.
Visa Application Centre staff can provide advice on all issues related to applying for a Russian visa, help you fill in your visa application, receive and process the set of documents you provide and deliver it to the consular department of the Embassy of the Russian Federation.
Son of Sigurd "Ring" Randversson, Danish king and Álfhildr Gandálfsdóttir Husband of Þóra/Thora "borgarhjörtr" Herraudsdatter; Svanløg; Lagertha and Aslaug "Kraka" Sigurdsdatter Partner of Unnamed mother(s) of Ragnar's children Father of Eric Ragnarsson; Agnar Ragnarsson; Dunvat Ragnarsen; Radbard Ragnarsen; Åløf Ragnarsdóttir; Ubba / Ubbe / Hubba / Ubbi / Husto; Yngvar Ragnarson; Harald Ragnarsson; Ulv / Ulvi Ragnarsson; Ragnhild Ragnarsdottir; N. Ragnarsdatter; Fridleif Ragnarsson; "Ivar the Boneless"; Björn Ironside; Sigurd "Snake-in-the-eye" Ragnarsson; Ragnvald Ragnarsson; Halvdan Ylving Ragnarsson and Hastein Ragnarsson, Jarl of Hastings « less.
Ragnar is depicted as a viking king of Denmark and Sweden who marries at a young age, is widowed and then remarries, having at least two sons with his first wife and five with his second.
In December 2014, he fired off an insult at Denmark’s neighbour by saying Swedish concerns over a submarine in their waters and a Russian military jet's alleged near-miss with a passenger plane were the result of smoking too much weed. I'm afraid the Swedes visit Pusher Street very often," he told Berlingske, referring to the Christiania neighbourhood in Copenhagen known for its cannabis trade.
Once a decision has been taken by the Embassy of the Russian Federation on whether to issue you a visa, you will be able to collect your passport at the Visa Application Centre.
Please note that the Visa Application Centre only provides a processing service.
Book IX of describes an earlier marriage than the sagas (giving Ragnar three wives in total with another son and two unnamed daughters) as well as Ragnar having children with women other than his wives.
The first half of the sagas are situated in Scandinavia and deal firstly with Ragnar’s marriages and the deaths of his older sons in battle, including the associated revenge of those deaths.