The King’s grave

The King’s grave (also known as the Kivik grave) is a bronze age burial site approx. 3000 years old. It measures 75 metres in diameter and is built of stone, inside it is a tomb containing several petroglyphs.

Among the most interesting petroglyphs is the one showing 8 people in what appears to be robes (looking very much like otters).

The exterior of the site is pretty hard to shoot as it’s flat the size does not show very well unless shot from the above.

King's grave

King’s grave

King's grave

King’s grave

King's grave

King’s grave

King's grave

King’s grave

King's grave

King’s grave

King's grave

King’s grave

King's grave

King’s grave