Originally Posted by Blog Real
Tombs of the Norwegian Royal Family:
The Royal Mausoleum also contains, in its walls, the remains of King Haakon V of Norway (1270–1319) and Queen Euphemia of Norway (1270–1312), née von Rügen, as well as that of King Sigurd I of Norway (c. 1090–1130).
The remains of Haakon V ,Euphemia of Rügenwere were originally buried at the now destroyed Mariakirken/St Mary's church in Oslo
King Sigurd the Crusader was buried at the also destroyed St. Hallvard's Cathedral.
Their remains were all rediscovered during excavations in the 1920's.