seen this boulder yet, but pinched a
photo from Mads Lidegaards book: Danske
sten fra sagn og tro.
This big boulder of Agersø
found found on the island of the same
name. It lies on the beach, behind the
manor Egholm, near the northern tip of
the island, on the western shore.
Egholmvej 100, 4230 Skælskør - and then
out to the western shore.
GPS: 55°14'46.4"N 11°10'16.1"E
metres high, 2,4 metres wide and 3,0 meters
Meaning of the
name: It is named after the island
it is found on, meaning Field island.
Legend: It was
thrown by a pagan giant from East Funen,
because he was annoyed by the bells from
Boeslunde Church. There are marks after
his 10 fingers and hair bands.