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Harald Bluetooth's Runestone, Jelling, Denmark. 3D Model
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This is the famous Jelling stone erected by the viking Harald Bluetooth around 965AD. An earlier stone erected by his father, Gorm the Old, stands beside it - and represents the earliest mention of Denmark.
Harald’s stone, known as Denmark’s Birth Certificate also contains one of the earliest mentions of Denmark (‘tanmuark’) and tells of Harald becoming the King of the Denmark and Norway and making the conversion of the Danes to Christianity. The modern Danish Royal Family can trace its roots directly back to Gorm and Harald. The Jelling stones are not only part of a Unesco World Heritage Site, but also are so fundamental to Danish History that a picture of the Christ figure is included on the inside front cover of every modern Danish passport.