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Smålandstenar (Smoland Stones) is a site of five or six stone circle dating from the early Iron Ages. The largest circle is 20m wide and consists of 20 stones.Ekornavallen is one of the richest prehistoric sites in Sweden.One of the largest rocks of Nordic Bronze Age petroglyphs in Scandinavia is located in Tanumshede locality, Tanum Municipality.In total there are thousands of images called the Tanum petroglyphs, on about 600 panels within the World Heritage Area.According to Scanian folklore, a legendary king called King Ale lies buried there.Generally regarded as Sweden's oldest town, Birka (along with Hovgården) has been a UNESCO World ...The Neolithic passage grave (a tomb where the burial chamber is reached along a distinct, and usually low, passage) of Luttra is one of the best preserved of its kind in Västergötland.
The earliest burials were made in the Neolithic period, 3000 BC.The 20 meters wide and two meters high burial mound is dated to Bronze Age (1800-500 BC).There are also lot of different kind of settings (like standing stones and stone circles) from the Iron Ages built between 0-500 AD.The greatest of four passage graves is called Girommen, “a giant st ...
Still time has not been acting too gracious on this site, this ancient tomb is damaged and even partly destroyed.
It only has one roofblock left, and the passage is just a metre long - it originally used to be longer. Ale's Stones (Ales stenar) is a megalithic monument which consists of a stone ship 67 meters long formed by 59 large boulders of sandstone, weighing up to 1.8 tonnes each.