This big boulder of Skåne
found on a restricted area along the
bridge to Sweden, right next to an even
larger boulder; Sjælland. It can be
accessed by climbing a fence next to the
harbour of Kastrup in the southern end,
and follow the water on the northern
side of the dam for 620 metres.
It was found while excavating to the
bridge and tunnel to Sweden and set here
along with Sjælland as a monument. It is
fiercely overgrown and access is
Kastrup Digevej, eastern part of the
harbour, over the fence and 620 metres
along the shore.
GPS: 55.633668, 12.668138
Size: 3,5 metres
high, 4 metres wide and 4,6 meters
long. Estimate weight 105 tons.
Meaning of the
name: Named after the southern part