Archaeologists dig up a mass grave in a Swedish forest. A special police group is set up to find out the murderers.
Runtime: 55 minutes
Graven - Graven, Aarhus - Netflix
Graven is a street in Aarhus, Denmark. Graven was created some time before year 1500 on and in the northernmost moat used to defend the early Viking settlement. It is one of the oldest streets in the city and used to mark the northern city limits along with Klostergade. Graven runs 220 meter west to east from Klostergade to Mejlgade and is situated in the historic Latin Quarter neighborhood. Graven is fairly narrow and is a designated one-way street in the direction of Mejlgade towards Klostergade. Graven today is characterized by low housing, cafés and specialty shops, and has much foot and bicycle traffic. As Klostergade and Mejlgade, Graven is a shared bikeway, part of the city's bicycle infrastructure network.
Graven - Etymology - Netflix
The earliest name of the street was “Gravene”, meaning “the moats” or “the digs”, referring to the previous moats around Aarhus, dug as part of the Viking town fortifications. The moats, the ramparts and the palisades were all dismantled, but carried over in some street names. The singular “Graven”, which names the street today, is known from the late 1500s. The pronunciation of the name today still references the original plural name as the first syllable is pronounced with a long “a” as if it was the plural case.
Graven - References - Netflix