Kurgan Chorna Mohyla
Kurgan Chorna Mohyla is a burial mound located in the city of Chernihiv, Ukraine. It dates back to the 10th century and is believed to be the final resting place of one or more members of the ruling elite of the Kievan Rus.
Sacred Blue Stone near lake Plescheevo and hill of Yarila
Sanctuary on Vaygach Island
The sanctuary on Vaygach Island is a sacred site for the Nenets people living in the far North. The Scandinavian poets (skalds) sang about the islands of Vaigach and Yugoria, naming it Jotunheim.
Perun stone on Klášťov
The Perun stone on Klášťov is believed to have been used as a place of worship by the Moravians.
Perun idol on mount Perun
Perun idol on mount Perun is a contemporary site in Croatia. The idol was erected by a group of local activists.
Svetovid statue Otrębusy
The Svetovid statue Otrębusy is located in the park next to the Otrębusy train station in Poland.
Svetovid statue in Gubin
Wooden Svetovid statue in Gubin, Poland. Svetovid, also written as Svantovit or Sventovit, is a Slavic god of war, fertility, and abundance.
Carved stones at Garky
Carved stones near the village of Gatki, in the Orsha region of Belarus. The stones are carved with symbols characteristic of this region.
The Megedeberg (also called Edeberg) is a hill in the town of Plön in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
Krkavčanski menhir
Krkavčanski menhir is a 2.5 m high unpolished stone megalith located near the town of Krkavče in Slovenia.
Svetovid statue in Hamilton
This Svetovid statue in Hamilton was made in 2013 by the Polish sculptor Andrzej Pityński (1947-2020).
Ancient stone idol of Slavic and Finno-Ugric people used for healings for hundred years, city of Myshkin, Russia

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