Ok, a slight! variation on my recent ship pictures theme... ;-D
These are the viking stone ship settings of Anundshög in Sweden. (Also referred to as the Badelunda area).
The picture is taken from atop Sweden´s biggest burial mound. The whole area is basically littered with standing stones, burial mounds (many smaller ones apart from the huge one, called Anundshög) a large standing rune stone and 5 stone ships.
These are the largest of them, the biggest one being about 50x25 metres. (166x80 feet). They date from the 1st century.
I actually had some trouble finding any information about the site. It seems that it generally isn´t mentioned all that much...
-The ship settings have not been excavated, and in fact, I found little reference to any arceological work on the site! -Although to those "in the know" it is a unique site in Europe!