Amber moose

Truckdriver finds extremely rare amber moose
Article from Ritzau, Friday January 8, 2016

Chauvet reconstructed

First artworks of Humanity

In the depths of a cave, the first artists in the history of Humanity painted a masterpiece of horses, lions, rhinos and other animals, and captured them in action running, hunting, and fighting.

Not far from the original cave, 36000 years later, scientists, engineers and artists accomplished a unique feat in the world by reconstructing the Chauvet - Pont d’Arc Cave.

More information can be found on their website:

Outstanding exquisite weapon found by Rødbyhavn

At the archaeological excavations for the future Fehmarn Belt Link, archaeologists from Museum Lolland-Falster have made a unique find in the form of a flint dagger from the Bronze Age (ca. 1700-500 BC).
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Treasures of the Baltic Sea - Stones and Rocks

It’s a pleasure for us to offer you the Report on Stones and Rocks AGORA 2.0 – Heritage Tourism for increased Baltic Sea Region Programme.
The Report is free of charge – only costs: Postage.
Order a copy by sending us a mail via Contact.

Video on Rock Carvings

View this video, produced by dmfilm und TV produktion, Hamburg, Germany ©, featuring Tanums Hällristnings Museum, Rock Art Research Centre presenting the rock carvings in World Heritage Tanum. German spoken. For English subtitles click on settings and chose for English.