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Stenehed

Hällevadsholm

Stenehed in Hällevadsholm is one of the rarest burial grounds in Bohuslän,
with several Iron Age tombs. The most famous monument is a line of
nine menhirs. Originally, the row may have included eleven or twelve
menhirs and has probably been used as a solar calendar.
The site is associated with the legend of King Rane and the Queen Hud.
After a sequence of events, the King killed the Queen and her escort,
and they are said to be buried at Stenehed.

Contact information

Munkedals Turistinformation


Phone: +46 524 18000


E-mail: turistinfo@munkedal.se