Ystad, Sweden.

My favorite flower and an idyllic little town.

Impressive bridge from Copenhagen to Malmo, Sweden. ---> Øresund Bridge (Danish: Øresundsbroen, Swedish: Öresundsbron, joint hybrid name: Øresundsbron)

☼ The Oresund Link is a bridge tunnel connecting Sweden to Denmark, which was opened in

Ale’s Stones, Skåne, SwedenAle’s Stones (or Ales stenar in Swedish) is a megalithic monument in the shape of a stone ship, oval in outline, with the stones at each end markedly larger than the rest. It is about 73 yards long formed by 59 large boulders, weighing up to 1.9 tons each.The carbon-14 dating system for organic remains has provided seven results at the site. One indicates that the material is around 5,500 years old whereas the remaining six indicate a date about 1,400 y...

Ale’s Stones, Skåne, SwedenAle’s Stones (or Ales stenar in Swedish) is a megalithic monument in the shape of a stone ship, oval in outline, with the stones at each end markedly larger than the rest.

let's go the beach! Summer Drinks On The Beach LIfe at the beach! Let's go to the beach!

Kåseberga and Ales stenar The magnificent megalithic ship above the small fishing village of Kåseberga is one of Sweden’s most popular tourist attractions.

Kåseberga and Ales stenar The magnificent megalithic ship above the small fishing village of Kåseberga is one of Sweden’s most popular tourist attractions.

"Project Natur- och kulturbussen makes it easier for you to experience nature and culture in southern Sweden without a car. The project aims to improve the public transport system by improving accessibility to exciting nature and culture in Skåne with Skånetrafiken." (Aerial photo of Ales Stenar)

Ale's Stones: 59 boulders in the outline of a ship in southern Sweden.

Stortoget, Ystad

Touring Wallander Country in Sweden

Ystad Sweden

Ystad Sweden

Stones under the Stars by Adam Allegro on 500px Ales Stenar outside Ystad, Skåne.

Here is another photo from this weekend's Sweden trip to compliment yesterday's. In Southern Sweden there are these awesome Neolithic Ruins called Ale's Stones (Ales Stenar).

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