Bröt-Anunds grav

Date: Friday 23 sep 2016 - Sunday 31 Dec 2017 Show map

Long dolmen in a setting of horizontally arranged stones, 21x8 metres. The grave is surrounded by a rectangular arrangement of 20 standing stones. During restoration work in 1928 human bones were found in the cist. Bröt-Anund, who has given his name to the grave was, according to legend, a Swedish king of a semi-mythological dynasty. He is also said to be buried at Anund?s Barrow in Västerås. Close by is the grave-field known as Stainabjär. How to get there: From Hässleholm follow Road 21 towards Vinslöv. At Vinslöv turn towards Norra Ströö. The grave is by the roadside.

Long dolmen in a setting of horizontally arranged stones, 21x8 metres. The grave is surrounded by a rectangular arrangement of 20 standing stones. During restoration work in 1928 human bones were found in the cist. Bröt-Anund, who has given his name to the grave was, according to legend, a Swedish king of a semi-mythological dynasty. He is also said to be buried at Anund?s Barrow in Västerås. Close by is the grave-field known as Stainabjär. How to get there: From Hässleholm follow Road 21 towards Vinslöv. At Vinslöv turn towards Norra Ströö. The grave is by the roadside.

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