Sørninge Kragedysse is a long barrow dating back to the Neolithic era located on the Danish island of Zealand. The barrow sits at the edge of a field and close to a small country road, making it visible when driving past. The shape of the barrow is still clearly visible with some kerbstones still running along the edge of the barrow visible. The capstone of the still partially buried dolmen remains at the site and sits upon four support stones.
Links: www.megalithic.co.uk, www.kulturarv.dk