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Midsummer 2003: The runestone in Rök, the most remarkable rune stone in the world!
Summer 2003: The carving of Sigurd, the most remarkable and imaginative rockcarving in the world! See the saga about Sigurd Fafnesbane.
Summer 2003: Sweden's most beautiful and richest church paintings in the medieval church of St. Maria.
Autumn 2003: Sweden's most famous castle in the small picturesque city of Mariefred.
Autumn 2003: Sweden's largest round burial structure; the Kivik grave from Bronze Age.
Late autumn 2003: The picturesque town of Simrishamn in Skåne.
Late autumn 2003: Scandinavia´s best preserved medieval fortress; the Glimmingehus!
Late autumn 2003: The medieval town of Skänninge.
Late autumn 2003: Birger Jarls and Magnus Ladulås church of Bjälbo.
New Year 2004: Vadstena Castle, the St. Birgitta Abbey or/and the Royal Palace of Duke Birger (Jarl).
Spring 2004: Alvastra Monastery (klosterruin), once the largest monastery in Sweden.
Summer 2004: Everything worth seeing around Vadstena, many medieval churches and similair things.
Summer 2004: Ale stenar in Skåne, Sweden's biggest ship tumulus.
Summer 2004: The Cathedral in Lund.
Summer 2004: Extremely well preserved medieval ceiling paintings in church of Dädesjö.
Late summer 2004: Have you ever pondered on how they could build so high church towers without any machines or lifting cranes?
Autumn 2004: Picturesque Eksjö and Huseby works.
Late autumn 2004: The cute medieval church of Suntak.
Summer 2005: Gamla (old) Uppsala royal mounds, Sweden's largest Aesir burial site and much more.
Winter 2006: Västergötland, monasterys, medieval churches, strongholds, burial sites and spots known from Jan Guillou's
trilogy and two part feature film about the crusader Arn Magnusson.
Winter 2006: Mälsåker Castle.
Spring 2006: Vreta Convent, Stjärnorp and Berg's locks,
Vreta, the first convent in Sweden, several medieval kings are buried here.
Spring 2006: Visingsö: Per Brahe's Visingsborg and Brahehus, and the ruin of Näs castle, and more on the island Visingsö.
Summer 2006: Stockholm, Ulriksdals castle.
Winter 2007: Have you ever pondered on how old gasometers are constructed?
Summer 2007: Östergötland: Norrköping, Söderköping, Stegeborg, Götavirke and the battle at Bråvalla.
Autumn 2007: Härkeberga church from Middle Age with ceilingpaintings by Albertus Pictor.
Autumn 2007: Habo church a wooden cathedral from 1741 with every inch covered with paintings.
Autumn 2007: Jarlabanke's bridge, a 150 meter long bridge from Viking Age in Täby north of Stockholm.
Autumn 2007: Täby church from the Middle Age, the second church with ceilingpaintings by Albertus Pictor.
Autumn 2008: Borre in Norway is the largest site of big mounds from Iron Age in north Europe.
Autumn 2008: Jelling in Denmark, Gorm the Old and Harald Bluetooth created this unique site in the end of the 9th century.
Medieval churches with ceiling paintings by Albertus Pictor:
Winter 2009: Church of Lid with ceiling paintings by Sweden's Leonardo da Vinci: Albertus Pictor. This year, 2009, it was 500 years ago Albertus died and Illustrata
pay him tribute with new fullscreen flashpanoramas (demands Flash version 9 or 10) of his first paintings in his career, in the church of Lid.
Spring 2009: Täby church from the Middle Age again, with ceilingpaintings by Albertus Pictor, now updated with fullscreen flashpanoramas.
The winter 2010 the ceiling pictures was furthermore updated with bigger pictures.
Spring 2009: Härkeberga church from the Middle Age with ceilingpaintings by Albertus Pictor, now also updated with fullscreen flashpanoramas from the inside.
Autumn 2009: Odensala church from the Middle Age with ceilingpaintings by Albertus Pictor,
with fullscreen flashpanoramas from
the inside and the ceilings, you've got to see it!
Autumn 2009: Härnevi church from the Middle Age with ceilingpaintings by Albertus Pictor, with fullscreen flashpanoramas from the outside, inside and the ceilings of course.
Very late autumn 2009: Kumla church from the Middle Age with ceilingpaintings by Albertus Pictor, with fullscreen flashpanoramas from the inside and the ceilings of course.
Spring 2009: Habo church, a unique wooden cathedral from 1741 now also updated with fullscreen flashpanoramas.
Spring 2009: Church of Dädesjö, extremely well preserved medieval ceiling paintings now also updated with fullscreen flashpanoramas.
Spring 2009: Church of Väversunda and Church of Örberga now also updated with fullscreen flashpanoramas.
Spring 2009: Brunnsta farm, from 18th century a country farm for the bourgeoisie, an environment maybe soon to disappear, all fullscreen.
Summer 2009: Näs castle, updated with two fullscreen panoramas.
Summer 2009: Trosa, Tullgarn och Thureholm, now with some fullscreen panoramas.
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