6 Sights in Gotland Municipality, Sweden (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Gotland Municipality, Sweden. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Gotland Municipality, Sweden.

List of cities in Sweden Sightseeing Tours in Gotland Municipality

1. Bro Stajnkalm

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Bro stajnkalm in Bro parish is one of Gotland's larger and most well-known burial cairns from the Early Bronze Age. It is located on the moor along road 148 between Visby and Tingstäde and about one km northeast of Halner farm. The Gotlandic word stajnkalm means cairn. The cairn, which consists of grey stone, has a height of 3.5 m and a diameter of 38 m and it is said to be baldur the chieftain in Bros' last rest room. Despite the fact that people in the area have picked a lot of stone from the cairn for their farms and other buildings, it is still a very impressive hake pile.

Wikipedia: Bro stajnkalm (SV)

2. Lummelundagrottan

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The Lummelunda Cave is located in a nature reserve at Lummelunda north of Visby on Gotland, Sweden. The explored part of this karst cave is almost 4.5 km (2.8 mi), making it one of the longest caves in Sweden. It is created by the drainage water from the Martebo mire. The water forms a stream with its outlet in the Baltic Sea. In the 15th to 19th centuries, mills and an ironwork were set up by the stream.

Wikipedia: Lummelunda Cave (EN)

3. Albatrossmonumentet

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Albatrossmonumentet Fr. Kloppmann Hofphotograph, Inh. Ferd. Brandt & Fr. Kloppmann , Wilhelmshaven Oldenburgerstrasse 16 - Farenholt Collection / PD-US

SMS Albatross was a German minelaying cruiser built for the Kaiserliche Marine, the second and final member of the Nautilus class. Her keel was laid down in May 1907 at the AG Weser shipyard; she was launched in October and commissioned into the fleet in May 1908. Her armament consisted of eight 8.8 cm (3.5 in) guns and 288 naval mines.

Wikipedia: SMS Albatross (1907) (EN)

4. Tjelvars grav

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Tjelvar's grave is a shipwreck in Gothem parish south of Slite on Gotland. This fairly well-preserved shipwreck is 18 meters long and 5 meters wide. It probably dates from the Late Bronze Age. When it was restored in 1938, a small coffin of stone slabs was found to the east containing burnt bones and some pot shards.

Wikipedia: Tjelvars grav (SV)

5. Gannarve

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Gannarve shipwreck is located in Fröjel parish south of Klintehamn on Gotland. The 29-meter-long and 5-meter-wide shipwreck is located in a scenic landscape in a field near Gannarve farm and with sweeping views of the Charles Islands. The Gannarve Ship is a grave monument from the Late Bronze Age.

Wikipedia: Gannarve skeppssättning (SV)

6. Fårö kyrka

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Fårö Church is the main church on Fårö island in Sweden, in the Diocese of Visby. Parts of the church were built in the 14th century, but much of the building dates from reconstructions in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Wikipedia: Fårö Church (EN), Website


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