Sammallahdenmäki was inscribed to the UNESCO World Heritage list in December 1999 as the first prehistoric archaeological site in Finland. The burial cairns were included on the list as the most representative site of Western Bronze Age culture in Finland and the entire Scandinavia. Situated at the Gulf of Bothnia Bronze Age burial site of Sammallahdenmäki forms the largest most varied and most complete burial site from the Scandinavian Bronze age. Sammallahdenmäki is located in Rauma. The site includes 36 burial cairns within an area of 36 hectares.
You can find more information about Sammallahdenmäki, the Bronze age and the World Heritage convention and sites from these pages.