Harald Bluetooth Runestone Wolin

The Harald Bluetooth Runestone Wolin is a modern-day runestone inspired by the big Jelling stone. It is located in a public park in Wolin, Poland

Harald Bluetooth Runestone Wolin

The Harald Bluetooth Runestone Wolin is a modern-day runestone inspired by the big Jelling stone. It is located in a public park in Wolin, Poland.

This runestone is dedicated to the Danish king Harald Bluetooth, who ruled over Wolin and established the fortified camp Jomsborg, where the Viking expedition was stationed. This king, defeated by his son Sven Forkbeard, would meet his end in Wolin in 987.

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