Drysagerdys Jættestue (Passage Grave)

Drysagerdys Jættestue (Passage Grave)


Frederikssund, Denmark (DK)
Drysagerdys Jættestue is a passage grave dating back to the Neolithic era located on the Danish island of Zealand. The site located at the edge of a field and sits in an overgrown section of land. The tomb consisted of two chambers and passages. None of the passages remain today but the megalithic stones used for both chambers remain at the site. However, the site just looks like a pile of rocks when visited.
Drysagerdys Jættestue is a passage grave dating back to the Neolithic era located on the Danish island of Zealand. The site located at the edge of a field and sits in an overgrown section of land. The tomb consisted of two chambers and passages. None of the passages remain today but the megalithic stones used for both chambers remain at the site. However, the site just looks like a pile of rocks when visited.
View in Google Earth Historical, Ancient
Links: www.megalithic.co.uk
By: Drudii

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