Have you spotted these plot holes in #Vikings ?

VIKINGS is now into season 6 on History and Amazon Prime and the remaining 10 episodes will return later this year. Fans have been revisiting the series and have spotted a number of errors.

PUBLISHED: PUBLISHED: 21:00, Tue, Apr 7, 2020

Vikings has been airing on History and Amazon Prime since 2013 and the show is now in its sixth series. Loyal fans have seen the days of Ragnar Lothbrok (played by Travis Fimmel) come and go, and his son Bjorn (Alexander Ludwig) has grown up to be a leader. Fans have reminded themselves of some of the earlier episodes in the series and have spotted a number of oversights - did you spot them?

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The sets have been used before

The series has been airing for many years now and the production costs are likely to be very high with all the different sets and props involved.

Saving huge budgets for sets may not be the best way forward when perfectly good sets from other shows will do the trick.

Fans have noticed the set from the season five episode titled The Plan, which is set in Sicily, is the same set in the 2005 film Kingdom of Heaven starring Orlando Bloom.

In the film the set represents Jerusalem, but with a seamless transition fans would not recognise it as an old set in Vikings unless they looked very closely.

In the Vikings episode Bjorn heads to Sicily with Halfdan (Joona Jasper Pääkkönen), where they meet the Byzantine commander called Euphemius (Albano Jerónimo).

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Vikings: Five plot holes from the seriesVikings: Plot holes and errors (Image: History)

Vikings: The same set was used in Kingdom of HeavenVikings: The Sicily set had been used in Kingdom of Heaven (Image: History)

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Some of the nude scenes have been censored

In the very first episode of Vikings, titled Raid, a young Bjorn is seen walking through the forest to find Floki (Gustaf Skarsgård) and his girlfriend, Helga (Maude Hirst).

Fans who have watched the series on platforms such as Hulu, and other streaming channels, may have noticed Helga wearing a slightly different costume.

She actually appears clothed in the original version of the episode, but she is fully naked in some versions, including the Blu Ray edition.

Some scenes have been heavily censored throughout the series, including scenes showing severe wounds, sex or nudity.

Movie-Censorship.com said: "Besides numerous cuts to the plot, there are also several scenes that had to be censored. All nudity was deleted and some of the violence was toned down here and there."

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Vikings: The priest's hands were tiedVikings: The priest had his hands tied on the boat (Image: History)

Modern day items were left on set

Eagle-eyed fans are good at spotting incidents where modern day items have been left in shots by mistake, and Vikings is no

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