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Jamtli in the Swedish town of Östersund is an open-air museum and a museum with an exhibition devoted to the history of the Swedish province. The most valuable monuments displayed in the museum are the Överhogdal (Överhogdalstapeten) tapestries from the end of the Viking Age.
The five tapestries kept in the museum were decorated with motifs characteristic of the Nordic culture, and there were also early Christian symbols. They are a series that shows the transition from traditional Scandinavian beliefs to the Christian religion.
The open-air museum was established in 1912, it was the first open-air museum to employ actors to play the roles of characters from the past. It quickly became one of the favorite stops on the tourist map of Sweden, and was awarded with many important awards (including the "Children's Tourist Award 2006").