Ragnvalds Grav (Passage Grave)

Ragnvalds Grav (Passage Grave)


Falköping, Sweden (SE)
Ragnvalds Grav 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 visible to this day and several of the large stones used to construct the site remain today. The corridor leading up to the burial chamber still has its capstones and is clearly visible at the site. The burial chamber is also clearly visible and its capstones also remain at the site today. The mound has been damaged due to ploughing and erosion and therefore reveals the chamber and corridor.
Ragnvalds Grav 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 visible to this day and several of the large stones used to construct the site remain today. The corridor leading up to the burial chamber still has its capstones and is clearly visible at the site. The burial chamber is also clearly visible and its capstones also remain at the site today. The mound has been damaged due to ploughing and erosion and therefore reveals the chamber and corridor.
View in Google Earth Historical, Ancient
Links: www.megalithic.co.uk
By: Drudii

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