Rakni's Mound, Jessheim

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#6 of 19 in Historic Sites in Akershus
Ruin · Historic Site
Rakni's Mound (Norwegian: Raknehaugen) is a large mound at Ullensaker in Akershus county, Norway. It is the largest free-standing prehistoric monument in Norway and is one of the largest barrows in Northern Europe. It dates to the Migration Age and has been the subject of three archaeological investigations.

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  • It is ample parking at Hovin school, and the walk to Raknehaugen from there is well marked and is an easy walk of about half a mile. The dirt road passes a beautiful farm, actually between its...  more »
  • Short hike to a viking grav. There is a pond near by, tables and a lot of grass to run around. So should be great for families  more »
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  • Interesting place . Orret in lake but not easy to catch.
  • Nice history

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