Three Swords Monument

Three Swords Monument


Stavanger, Norway (NO)
The Three Swords (Sverd i Fjell) stand on the edge of Hafrsfjord, 6km from the centre of Stavanger. This monument was unveiled by King Olav in 1983 and commemorates the Battle of Hafrsfjord in 872, after which King Harald Fair Hair united the three districts of Norway into one kingdom. The crowns on the swords represent the different districts which took part in the battle.
The Three Swords (Sverd i Fjell) stand on the edge of Hafrsfjord, 6km from the centre of Stavanger. This monument was unveiled by King Olav in 1983 and commemorates the Battle of Hafrsfjord in 872, after which King Harald Fair Hair united the three districts of Norway into one kingdom. The crowns on the swords represent the different districts which took part in the battle.
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Links: en.wikipedia.org
By: scalpod

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