"Kaseberga and Ales stenar" Kåseberga by AcornMan

Kåseberga Travel Guide: 4 reviews and 6 photos

Fifteen miles east of Ystad on the eastern edge of Sweden lies the village of Kaseberga. Just outside of town you'll find a footpath leading to a hill above the sea, on top of which lies an arrangement of stones. The shape is that of an imaginary boat some 250 feet in length. Still a puzzle to archeologists, the stones date to the 5th Century.

You can read more about Ales stenar here:
http://fermi.phys.ualberta.ca/~amk/as/aleseng.html

  • Last visit to Kåseberga: Jun 2000
  • Intro Written Mar 30, 2004
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  • evaanna's Profile Photo
    Aug 24, 2006 at 11:41 PM

    Nice to see a bird's eye view of the stones. How did you take this photo?

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