(English) Swedish Heritage Sunday: Hovgården

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16 Responses to “(English) Swedish Heritage Sunday: Hovgården”

  1. Maria Falvey 19 januar 2014 1854 #

    Sophie, beautiful setting and that carved stone is incredible.
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    • Anne-Sophie Redisch
      Anne-Sophie Redisch 19 januar 2014 1934 #

      There is that :)

  2. Ha Nguyen 20 januar 2014 0331 #

    What a wild and beautiful scenery. Thanks for sharing a part of the world that I’ve never had a chance to see.

    • Anne-Sophie Redisch
      Anne-Sophie Redisch 25 januar 2014 1857 #

      It is a bit out of the way.

  3. Leigh 20 januar 2014 0353 #

    Don’t really think of Sweden and Vikings at all s a good history lesson and quite the rock.
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    • Anne-Sophie Redisch
      Anne-Sophie Redisch 25 januar 2014 1858 #

      You’re not the only one :)

  4. Renuka 20 januar 2014 0832 #

    Well, the place looks like a blend of both history and nature.
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    • Anne-Sophie Redisch
      Anne-Sophie Redisch 25 januar 2014 1859 #

      Two for one :)

  5. Gil 20 januar 2014 2034 #

    Interesting and the pictures are beautiful. Thanks~

    • Anne-Sophie Redisch
      Anne-Sophie Redisch 25 januar 2014 1859 #

      Thank you.

  6. Muza-chan 21 januar 2014 0946 #

    Interesting…
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    • Anne-Sophie Redisch
      Anne-Sophie Redisch 25 januar 2014 1900 #

      Interesting place to stumble upon indeed.

  7. Corinne 21 januar 2014 1756 #

    An unmanned ferry? Love the stone…still more to see…always with my ever-lengthening list!
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    • Anne-Sophie Redisch
      Anne-Sophie Redisch 25 januar 2014 1901 #

      Oh, I know. My list is forever lengthening, too.

  8. Mette 21 januar 2014 2002 #

    Too bad I don’t like tattoos or I would have that stone copied on my shoulder. And interesting to hear they are planning a working viking village. In Denmark such initiatives are hugely popular.
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    • Anne-Sophie Redisch
      Anne-Sophie Redisch 25 januar 2014 1903 #

      That would be a cool tattoo. And yes, both Sweden and Denmark are quite good with these things. In Norway, not so much. We have these fabulous finds – like the amazingly well-preserved Viking Ships – but not a great sense of marketing, I’m afraid.

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