Norse style Temple Slab
This temple is a facsimile of the one unearthed last year near the town Ørsta in western Norway. Archaeologists believe the temple is 1200 years old. Read more here: https://www.livescience.com/ancient-viking-temple-to-thor-odin-unearthed.html
The temple is a large building with a non-descript exterior and double-door entrances on each side. Inside is a large sacrificial stone and fire to appease the gods with animals and captured enemies. The walls are lined with weapons and large sharp wooden stakes to give visitors the impression of being within the mouth of a large beast.
The floor is earth to keep the temple connected with chthonic deities (earth and death gods) and is often wet with the blood of the last sacrifice.