Grave field, stone wall and trees.

Burial Fields on Sollerön

Two Viking period grave fields dating from 800 to 1050 AD lie on Sollerön. Together the fields account for between 100 - 150 graves, consisting of isolated cairns, mounds and formations of stones. They are the largest assemblage of their type in Dalarna.



The first finds were made in 1921. A major excavation was carried out in 1928-29. These finds were rich and distinguished and bear witness to Sollerön being an important burial site in Viking times.