Romle Stenovn (Dolmen)

Romle Stenovn is the name given to a Neolithic dolmen located in the town of Kolind on the Jutland peninsula of Denmark. The site is located on a small section of open land among modern buildings. It was constructed sometime near 3.500 BC. The dolmen is an unusually large capstone covering a small burial chamber. The mound that once covered the burial chamber is still quite clearly visible, unlike the majority of the other megalithic graves in the country, and therefore in good condition. An information board is located at the site.
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