Thoreby Barneshøi (Passage Grave)

Thoreby Barneshøi (Passage Grave)


Nykøbing Falster, Denmark (DK)
Located near the town of Sundby on the Danish island of Lolland are the remains of a Neolithic passage grave. The grave is located in the back of a private garden and is in relatively good condition. The mound has been ploughed away exposing the chamber. Only half of the chamber remains today. Modern stones have been placed at the site to show where the other half the chamber would have been. The site is a registered historical monument and protected.

The grave is thought to have been constructed between 3950 BC - 2801 BC.
Located near the town of Sundby on the Danish island of Lolland are the remains of a Neolithic passage grave. The grave is located in the back of a private garden and is in relatively good condition. The mound has been ploughed away exposing the chamber. Only half of the chamber remains today. Modern stones have been placed at the site to show where the other half the chamber would have been. The site is a registered historical monument and protected.

The grave is thought to have been constructed between 3950 BC - 2801 BC.
View in Google Earth Historical, Ancient
Links: www.megalithic.co.uk, www.kulturarv.dk
By: Drudii

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