Flintinge Jættestue (Passage Grave)

Flintinge Jættestue (Passage Grave)


Nykøbing Falster, Denmark (DK)
Located near the village of Toreby on the Danish island of Lolland are the remains of a Neolithic passage grave. The grave sits in a field close to a road where its megalithic stones are visible from the road. The mound has completely been destroyed due to ploughing, exposing the chamber. Some of the stones from the chamber remain today with only one capstone still remaining. The site is a registered historical monument and protected.

The grave is thought to have been constructed between 3950 BC - 2801 BC.
Located near the village of Toreby on the Danish island of Lolland are the remains of a Neolithic passage grave. The grave sits in a field close to a road where its megalithic stones are visible from the road. The mound has completely been destroyed due to ploughing, exposing the chamber. Some of the stones from the chamber remain today with only one capstone still remaining. The site is a registered historical monument and protected.

The grave is thought to have been constructed between 3950 BC - 2801 BC.
View in Google Earth Historical, Ancient
Links: www.megalithic.co.uk, www.kulturarv.dk
By: Drudii

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