Greetings, everyone!
Although I have studied two years of Old Norse in college, my grammar and vocabulary have gotten very rusty since then.  Is anybody here willing to translate the following two sentences into Old Norse, please?  (I apologize for their religious content, by the way:  I emphatically don't intend to preach here, but only to gain information.)
1.    Many are the gods, and many are their holy places in all the lands of Midgard.
2.    For us [more than two] all of Sweden is a sacred enclosure [_vé_].
Many thanks for your help, and keep up the good work!
Ingeborg S. Nordén
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