Sunrise, stone setting and a dance break
Anundshög. It’s guesswork to figure out what this place meant to the people living here back then. Researchers estimate that the tumulus was built somewhere between 500 – 1010 AD, and the surrounding area was believed to be a hub for trade during this time.
Nowadays, the site remains and in winter visitors aren’t that frequent, but in summer families come to enjoy the sun while the kids play. Sometimes there are cultural activities as well.
I just love enjoying the magic, the strange sense of someone having walked this same ground so many years ago.