Hovdyssen (Neolithic Dolmen)

Hovdyssen (Neolithic Dolmen)


Gundsømagle, Denmark (DK)
Located in the northern part of the town of Gundsømagle next to a public open space is the remains of a Neolithic dolmen. The dolmen sits between the open space and a picnic spot in some bushes. The monoliths used for the dolmen are still clearly visible today. The dolmen is thought to have been part of a long barrow. This is indicated by the fact that another big monolith stands beside the dolmen itself. The dolmen and long barrow it thought to have been dated between 3950 BC - 2801 BC.

The dolmen is one of many Neolithic burial barrows in the area.
Located in the northern part of the town of Gundsømagle next to a public open space is the remains of a Neolithic dolmen. The dolmen sits between the open space and a picnic spot in some bushes. The monoliths used for the dolmen are still clearly visible today. The dolmen is thought to have been part of a long barrow. This is indicated by the fact that another big monolith stands beside the dolmen itself. The dolmen and long barrow it thought to have been dated between 3950 BC - 2801 BC.

The dolmen is one of many Neolithic burial barrows in the area.
View in Google Earth Historical, Ancient
Links: www.megalithic.co.uk, www.kulturarv.dk
By: Drudii

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