Translating to the bay with greenland, l’anse aux meadows is the only Norse (scandanavian) site in North America. At this site, there is evidence of Aboriginal People living in the area 6000 years ago, but they moved away approximately 200 years before the Norse arrived. During the time it was inhabited by the Norse, approximately 30-160 people lived there. In the site, butternut remains were found, and as these nuts do not grow in the area, this shows the Norse travelled to gather food and hunt. 7 buildings still remain today from the Norse, most of which are believed to be workshops or housing for the working class. It was declared a National Historical Site in 1968 and has undergone some extensions including an interactive display north and the remains of an Aboriginal Hunting Camp to the southwest.