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Sverd i fjell
Arrangementer, TurerNygårdsbakken 2, 4044 Hafrsfjord, Norge

På den 7,5 kilometer lange strekningen mellom Hafrsfjord bru og ruinkirken i Sola står en forunderlig bein rekke av bautasteiner.

Hvilesteinene etter Erling Skjalgsson
Arrangementer, TurerSkytterlagsveien 72A, 4045 Hafrsfjord, Norge

På den 7,5 kilometer lange strekningen mellom Hafrsfjord bru og ruinkirken i Sola står en forunderlig bein rekke av bautasteiner.

Haraldshaugen
 5515 Haugesund, Norge

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