D19 Drouwen is the name given to a Neolithic passage grave located in the Netherlands. The site is one of the many well-preserved passage graves in the country. The site is located in a small open patch of land in a wooded area next to a road. It is visible from the road. The remains consist of a burial chamber with a total of 7 capstones (3 are original) and multiple support stones.
It is also located right next to another passage grave.