Karleby 35:1 (Passage Grave)

Karleby 35:1 (Passage Grave)


Falköping, Sweden (SE)
Karleby 35:1 is a passage grave located in Sweden dating back to the Neolithic era and is one of several in the area near the town of Falköping. The mound is still clearly visible but the top of it has been damaged due to ploughing and erosion and now reveals five capstones as the mound still covers the majority of the grave. Two fo these capstones belong to the chamber and three remaining belong to the passage leading into the burial chamber.
Karleby 35:1 is a passage grave located in Sweden dating back to the Neolithic era and is one of several in the area near the town of Falköping. The mound is still clearly visible but the top of it has been damaged due to ploughing and erosion and now reveals five capstones as the mound still covers the majority of the grave. Two fo these capstones belong to the chamber and three remaining belong to the passage leading into the burial chamber.
View in Google Earth Historical, Ancient
Links: www.megalithic.co.uk
By: Drudii

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