What are mead-halls and their importance in Viking Culture?

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In the Viking culture, mead halls, also known as the feasting hall, is the safety net for the kingdom. It is often a large building with a single room and is usually the great hall for the king. It is often considered by the vikings to be a place of light and refuge despite the darkness that often surrounds them.
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