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trini_no This is a Labyrinth left us from our antsesters - The Vikings, this one is situated in the South of Sweden. John Kraft, author or “The Goddess in the Labyrinth” has shown that a labyrinth symbol accompanied by myths and rituals that appear to have been common in the Mediterranean world as well as in Afghanistan and India during the Bronze Age was adopted by contemporary Scandinavians. This universal labyrinth symbol has been found carved into rock surfaces as far north as Northern Norway. Real stone and turf labyrinths still abound in Scandinavia, especially along the coastlines, and particularly along the coastlines between Sweden and Finland. But most of these surviving labyrinths are much younger – only between 20 and 30 labyrinths date back to the Viking Age, whereas many have been built later, many as late as the 18th or 19th century. 16h
  •   nefotlak awesome 12h
  •   trishg61 Great and fun!! 10h
  •   trini_no Tusen takk, kjære venn @canondamen 9h
  •   trini_no Tusen takk Jeg ble også fascinert av historien. Googlet viking Labyrinth og det var masse spennende gammelt å lære @smengelsrud 9h
  •   trini_no Thanks so much @nefotlak 9h
  •   trini_no Thank you in buckets and tubs @trishg61 9h
  •   annanorway And there are labyrints in Solovki in the white sea and other places in northern russia too. 3h
  •   trini_no I find this rather interesting ️ and the myths and mystery surrounding the ancient history of human kind are more and more appealing to me @annanorway 14min

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eyeofkevin Everything is EXACTLY as it seems. #levitate #ipadedit 4d

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souvnami Xpro-1FD 50mm f/1.8 Me 3w

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