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Kåseberga Stonehenge bei Ystad

Kåseberga Stonehenge bei Ystad

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  • Grueffelo

    The Kåseberga Stonehenge (better known as "Ales stenar" or "Ale stenar" / German "The Stones of Ale")) consists of 59 stones (which look like the Hinkelsteine ​​of Obelix) and is located directly on a hill about 37 meters high the Baltic Sea coast near Kåseberga in the south of Sweden. The coastline is characterized by a steep drop off to the sea edge.
    The 0.5 to 1.8-ton stones are arranged in the form of a ship. The approximately three-meter-high steven stones of the bow and stern are the largest, the height of the stones decreases from there to the center.
    You should definitely take a look! Enjoy nature!

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    • August 8, 2018

  • mucchilla

    I find the astronomical background for the placement of the stones particularly interesting.
    There are also very good explanatory boards nearby, which show how this formation was calibrated as a calendar.
    I have added the relevant pictures.

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    • October 9, 2021

  • Pamph

    Archaeological (grave) installation of 59 (sand) stones (between 0.5 and 1.9 tonnes heavy) arranged in a ship shape.

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    • August 23, 2019

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