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Ragnhildsnuten

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One of the most concentrated and easily accessible prehistoric sites in Sandnes is situated at Ragnhildsnuten, 1 km east-northeast of Høyland church. Parking available here and a circuit track leads through a rural fortress and a well-preserved prehistoric farm.

From Ragnhildsnuten you can enjoy a spectacular view towards Sandnes and Jæren to the west, and Stavanger peninsula to the north.



Transport: Bus no. 29 from Sandnes to Høyland church

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Ragnhildsnuten

One of the most concentrated and easily accessible prehistoric sites in Sandnes is situated at Ragnhildsnuten, 1 km east-northeast of Høyland church....

Ragnhildsnuten

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