Nyrup Jættetue (Passage Grave)

Nyrup Jættestue is a passage grave dating back to the Neolithic era located on the Danish island of Zealand. The tomb sits on the side of a small country road and at the entrance and front garden of a medium-sized farm. The remains consist of a small chamber with nine support stones and a 2,5 metre long passage with 6 support stones. No capstones remain at the site and the chamber has been implemented into a small stone wall running along the front garden of the farm.
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