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Steinstjerna and Tangarhaugen

Steinstjerna and Tangarhaugen Photo: Klepp kommune
Steinstjerna and Tangarhaugen Photo: Klepp kommune

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Steinstjerna, "The Stone Star", at Sele lies in an area where there are numerous ancient graves. The star has three 10-metre long arms and is built up of stones from the sea. In 1935 the star was declared a protected monument.

Access from Fv245, turn off for Rindavegen, and follow this road to its end.

Tangarhaug is located at Sele cove on Tangarstø. This is a 5 metre high and 31 metre wide burial mound dating from the Bronze Age. A beacon has been placed on top.
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Steinstjerna and Tangarhaugen - Photo: Klepp kommune

Steinstjerna and Tangarhaugen

Steinstjerna, "The Stone Star", at Sele lies in an area where there are numerous ancient graves. The star has three 10-metre long arms and is built up...

Steinstjerna and Tangarhaugen

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