Our first stop on Friday was a special stop. You may remember how Mara wrote about Harald Hårfagre a few years ago. And the monument that was raised in 1872 on the supposed millennium anniversary of his decisive battle to unite all provinces of the area to one Norway.
This decisive battle took place in/around Hafrsfjord (yes, that is spelled correctly) near current day Stavanger and in 1983 a monument was put up there to commemorate. Unfortunately not a lot of information was found on site, but Wikipedia knows a lot, so info on the battle and some info on the monument. Which is called Sverd i Fjellet (Sword in the Mountain).
I just know we both loved the site and were very happy with the photos we took. Especially since on our way back it had started to rain!