Ildbjerggård langdysse (Long Barrow)

Ildbjerggård langdysse (Long Barrow)


Århus, Denmark (DK)
Located on the Jutland peninsula in Denmark stands a Neolithic long barrow. The long barrow is thought to have been constructed about 5000 years ago. The barrow is surrounded by 32 edge stones - some have been removed. The site also contains two burial chambers - one still complete with a capstone. The mound that covers the burial chambers also remains largely intact.
Located on the Jutland peninsula in Denmark stands a Neolithic long barrow. The long barrow is thought to have been constructed about 5000 years ago. The barrow is surrounded by 32 edge stones - some have been removed. The site also contains two burial chambers - one still complete with a capstone. The mound that covers the burial chambers also remains largely intact.
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Links: www.fortidsmindeguide.dk
By: Drudii

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