COPENHAGEN (AP) — It’s safe to cross while the green Viking is strolling, but prevent when the crimson one is standing. That’s the message to pedestrians in Aarhus as it unveils new crossing signals to celebrate the records of Denmark’s 2d largest city.

town council member Buenyamin Simsek, in fee of technical topics, on Monday unveiled the first of 17 traffic signals providing Vikings conserving axes and shields, but no horned helmets — there's no evidence that Viking helmets certainly did have horns.

The lighting will form a circle round downtown Aarhus, which become based by means of the Vikings within the 8th century and became a bustling harbor city.