Silhouettes From The Past B&W

HELUA

Angered, Sweden

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Iron Age standing stones forming
a ship. It served as a burial place
and is surrounded by several low
burial mounds and stone formations.
The ship symbolized the womb of the
Goddess and churches to this day
are divided into `ships´. Ships are
for this reason talked about as `she´.
At the time of its construction, this
place was situated by the North Sea
and could be seen by all seafarers
travelling along the coast.
The nearby farm is called Blomsholm,
and it´s on the Swedish west coast
near the Norwegian border.
The first Norwegian kings to try and
Christianize Norway, Olav Tryggvason
and Olav Haraldson, came from
this area. It was part of Norway
until 1658.

Artwork Comments

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