UNESCO World Heritage - Burial mound Jelling Denmark : Stock Photo
UNESCO World Heritage - Burial mound Jelling Denmark : Stock Photo
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UNESCO World Heritage - Burial mound Jelling Denmark - stock photo

The 10 meters high southern mound was finished around 970 AD.The official flag celebrates the 70 birthday of HM Queen Margrathe II of Denmark April 16 2010.The Jelling monuments were registered on the World Heritage List because of the unique historical importance of the site.At Jelling you meet the 10th century Viking King, Gorm den Gamle (Gorm the Old) who died in 959 and Queen Thyra as well as their son Harald BlAYtand (Harald Bluetooth) who died in around year 987.The burial mounds, the runic stones and the church are markable example of Nordic pagan culture and illustrate an important role in the history of the area, a unique complex of religious and political manifestations and early Christianity in Scandinavia in the 10th century.The monuments consist of the two runic stones, the medieval church and the two burial mounds.The monuments reflect the transition from paganism to Christianity, and are referred to as Denmarkaas birth certificate, as one of the runic stones carries the oldest inscription referring to Denmark the country and its people athe DanesaA.


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