Mount Torghatten is one of nature´s most peculiar wonders. For hundreds of years Torghatten has been visited by kings, emperors and tourists. Tradition has it that the hole in Torghatten was made by an arrow from the Horseman (Hestmannen), while he was chasing the beautiful girl Lekaya. Continue reading “Torghatten Mountain – Norway“
Iron Age burial mounds
At Skeie, you will find the largest burial ground in Sirdal. Today, Skeie appears to be somewhat remote, but during the Iron Age it was a centrally situated area. The inhabitants were prosperous, and that is reflected in their burial customs.
The area contains more than 20 burial mounds, which were excavated by archaeologists in 1992. The burial mounds, which are made of stones from local fields, are built over cremation graves containing charcoal, ashes, burnt bones and other remains, jewellery, tools and earthen vessels. Skeie is easy to get to by car – it lies between Lunde and Lindeland on road rv. 468. Continue reading “Attractions in Sirdal – Norway“