Anundshög, outside Västerås is an Iron Age site with numerous burial mounds and stone-settings, five ship-setings, and a runestone. Anundshögen itself is Sweden’s largest burial mound (in volume, at least one of the mounds in Gamla Uppsala is taller). It’s 64-68 meters wide and nine meters high.

The largest ship-setting is 53 meters long and 16 meters wide.

Anundshög in Wikipedia

Anundshög website


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