In Norse mythology, Fólkvangr ("folk-plain" or "host-plain") was the dwelling of Freyja in Asgard, the world of the Æsir, where stood Sessrúmnir, her hall. Extrapolation from the sources (mainly Gylfaginning) would imply an idyllic land where love songs played constantly. However, Freya was also said to receive half of those slain on the battlefield, which might account for the martial sounding meaning of her realm.
In Norse mythology, Sessrúmnir ("Room of seat") was Freyja's hall in the Fólkvangr. Her half of the those slain on the battlefield (the other half were the einherjar of Valhalla) live on in Sessrúmnir. Other legends say that while Valhalla is for warriors, Freyja's hall is for bards and craftsmen.
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