Rauk Raukar on the island of Fårö.Rauk (Swedish plural: raukar) is a Swedish term for a stone column created by natural erosion. Rauks can be found on the islands of Gotland and Fårö. Many rauks have been eroded into unusual shapes.THE LANGHAMMAR PENINSULA AND THE LAMGHAMMAR NATURE RESERVE ON NORTH-WESTEN FÅRÖ FEATURE ROCKY BEACHES LANGHAMMAR WAS THE SETTINGS FOR INGMAR BERGMAN'S MOVIE THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY. Swedish filmmaker Ingmar Bergman lived and died on Fårö, and several of his movies were filmed there, among them Through a Glass Darkly (1961), Persona (1966), Hour of the Wolf (1968), Shame (1968), The Passion of Anna (1969), and Scenes From a Marriage (1972; filmed at the home of his ex-wife). The Bergman Festival is a weeklong tribute to the filmmaker held on the island every June.Andrei Tarkovsky's The Sacrifice was also filmed on Fårö. The Langhammar peninsula and the Langhammar nature reserve on north-western Fårö feature rocky beaches with the Ice Age stone monoliths known as rauks. Langhammar was the setting for Ingmar Bergman's movie Through a Glass Darkly. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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