Poskær Stenhus (Dolmen)

Poskær Stenhus is the name given to a Neolithic dolmen in the Mols region of Denmark. The dolmen is thought to have been constructed sometime near 3.300 BC. The site is an impressive site as the massive dolmen still stands and is surrounded by a stone circle constructed of 23 massive standing stones. The dolmen is complete with five support stones and one capstone.

The capstone is part of a larger stone. The stone was split into two pieces and used on two different dolmens. The other section of the stone is used as a capstone on another dolmen about 2 km from this one.
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