Jordbro 'pagan cemetary', Stockholm

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blue pig
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Jordbro 'pagan cemetary', Stockholm

Post by blue pig » 25 Jun 2012, 11:45


Sometimes it's strange being a druid in another land, especially when trying to identify with sacred sites.

Yesterday I headed down to this site, mainly dated to the Swedish early iron age but probably in use since the bronze age.

Easily accessible, atmospheric to the point of ethereal and truly thought/imagination provoking.

Oh, and the added bonus of seeing a lynx!

Worth a trip for anyone coming this way, especially avoiding the hoards at Birka.

Any other tips for Swedish sites?



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