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Helligdomsklipperne v. Bornholms Kunstmuseum Helligdommen

Helligdomsklipperne (sanctuary rocks) consist of a series of rugged coastal rocks up to 22 metres high. Helligdomsklippen Rock was named after the Rø Kjijla spring at its foot, once considered a holy spring to which pilgrimage was made.
Thousands of years of wind and weather have carved jagged shapes, deep grottoes and rugged pillars into these coastal rocks.
The Art Museum of Bornholm offers its visitors excellent collections of paintings, sculpture and applied art related to Bornholm, as well as continuous special exhibitions.
The area is a designated conservation area to preserve the rock groupings and to provide access for the general public.
Some of the paths are part of the coastal path network.