Dimbo Grave Field
Dimbo burial ground has been used for burials over several generations, especially during the Viking Age from 800 to 1050 AD. The burial ground contains 300 graves constructed from earth and stone.
Graves from the Viking Age
Dimbo burial ground is Västergötland's largest Iron Age burial ground, featuring over 300 graves from the later Iron Age. The burial ground was used for burials over several generations, particularly during the Viking Age from 800 to 1050 AD. Most of the graves are mounds constructed from earth, while others are round or three-sided flat graves made of earth and stone.
In the burial ground, you'll find hollow roads, which were paths used during the Middle Ages and into the 17th century. The site also serves as grazing land for the local sheep, which freely graze in the area—a pleasant and harmless feature of the landscape.