The Norwegian Stonehenge (Solspeilet) is an artwork on the islet of Klungholmen near Jørpeland village in Strand in Ryfylke.
The Norwegian Stonehenge is a stone circle with 12 standing stone and a towering steel obelisk decorated with symbols, runes and ornaments, many derived from the Oseberg Viking ship, at the centre.
The artwork is made by the Norwegian artist Stian H. Skjæveland.
The Norwegian Stonehenge can be seen from The Norwegian Scenic Route Ryfylke and from the hiking trail at Jørpelandsholmen. Klungholmen may be visited year round.