Vasa, a beautiful Swedish galleon, is exposed in one of Stockholm museums. What was her fate?

She sunk just after launching
Polish vessel Aquarius destroyed it
Marked in museum after 70 years of service
She was never launched
Vasa was built between 1626-1628 to fight against Poland and Lithuania. She was designed to become the greatest vessel of Swedish fleet. Richly decorated and well equipped with cannons was to pay high price for Gustav Adolph ambition. The ship was unstable, and she foundered on her maiden voyage after mere 1,200 yards. The loss was so big, that Swedes believed, it had been caused by Polish sabotage.
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She sunk just after launching
Polish vessel Aquarius destroyed it
Marked in museum after 70 years of service
She was never launched
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