In 1889 two boys accidentally discovered symbols that were carved in the mountain just east of Husaby church.

The rock carvings date from the Bronze Age, 1,500–1,000 years BCE, and form the largest petroglyph site in the Västergötland region. The carvings are spread across eleven areas and include sharpening grooves, bowl shapes, Bronze Age ships, human figures and sun crosses.

The stone shelves here must have been an important place for the Bronze Age people, and many of the rock carvings may have had ceremonial or religious significance.

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