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Beyond Låssa Church lies the remains of the ancient settlement of Rösaring - I originally found it when I was visiting Låssa but had to return the hire car so didn't have time to explore properly, so had been meaning to return.
"The Rösaring area houses many unusual remains from the Bronze Age and the Viking Age. For instance, you can see several grave fields from the Iron Age, a stone labyrinth and a processional or ceremonial road.
The location of the site high up on a ridge, with a good view in several directions, suggests that it was important and central to the district."


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