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All reviews baltic sea fishing village historical place beautiful spot walk up great walk the cliff southern sweden sunny day standing stones fresh fish stone circle nice view ship monument stonehenge oval
What a great place in Southern Sweden.
An impressive stone setting on top of a plateau about 1500 years old.
If you love mystic places, then this is a must!
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Visited this monument of stones on a very sunny day with blue skies and little breeze. It is an easy walk from the village, a slight incline but not too demanding for about 400 meters. Views for miles both inland and out across the sea...More
Kåseberg is a Cosy fisher village on the South-eastern coast of Sweden in Scania/Skåne. Ales stenar are on the top of the hill, about 600 meters from down up till the hill. Good views to the sea. Please climb!
We made a trip around the Baltic See and on our way to Ystad (the most criminal city per capita in the world, if you believe Henning Mankel's Wallander-detective stories. The journey from the parking lot to the stones was quite long, but luckily the...More
Midsummer's eve....what an amazing experience to walk through the cow pasture to get to these ancient standing stones, roughly in the shape of a ship . It is a mystical experience to be there on Midsummer's Eve as the sun is "setting" right over the...More