The Hærulf Runestone
The Hærulf runestone can be seen at Hærvejen between Immervad and Hovslund in South Jutland.
The Hærulf runestone is engraved with the boy name of Hairulfr. The Hærulf runestone is mentioned in sources dating all the way back to 1592, and it is one of the most famous runestones in Denmark - among with the Jelling Stones.
When Denmark lost the war in 1864, the Hærulf runestone was brought to Germany as a war trophy. For almost 100 years, it was placed in front of the Dreilinden castle, which is located in Potsdam, near Berlin.
The Hærulf runestone was brought back to Denmark in 1952.