Danish megaliths

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Stone Dolmen near Vinstrup, Nørhald. Built in the 3rd millennium BC.

Stone Dolmen near Vinstrup, Nørhald. Built in the 3rd millennium BC.

Ancient cromlechs (Stendysse) at Ellested, Fyn

Ancient cromlechs (Stendysse) at Ellested, Fyn

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Stendysse i Damsbo Skov #visitfyn #fyn #nature #visitdenmark #naturelovers #nofilter #natur #denmark #danmark #dänemark #landscape #nofilter #assens #mitassens #vildmedfyn #fynerfin #assensnatur #vielskernaturen #visitassens #stendysse #forrest #instapic #flora #picoftheday #november

Otto Haslund - Danish Summer Landscape With A Dolmen, In The Background The Sea

Otto Haslund - Danish Summer Landscape With A Dolmen, In The Background The Sea

5,000-year-old burial stones near Rønde, Denmark

5,000-year-old burial stones near Rønde, Denmark

Johan Christian Dahl (1788–1857): Dansk vinterlandsskab med stendysse, 1838.

Johan Christian Dahl (1788–1857): Dansk vinterlandsskab med stendysse, 1838.

Closeup of Dolmen near Sømarke on the island of Møn in Denmark

Closeup of Dolmen near Sømarke on the island of Møn in Denmark

The Kings Dolmen (Kongedyssen) in Tokkekøb Hegn, Allerød municipality, Zealand in eastern Denmark. A dolmen, also known as a portal tomb, portal grave or quoit, is a type of single-chamber megalithic tomb, usually consisting of two or more upright stones supporting a large flat horizontal capstone (table), although there are also more complex variants. Most date from the early Neolithic period (4000 to 3000 BC).

The Kings Dolmen (Kongedyssen) in Tokkekøb Hegn, Allerød municipality, Zealand in eastern Denmark. A dolmen, also known as a portal tomb, portal grave or quoit, is a type of single-chamber megalithic tomb, usually consisting of two or more upright stones supporting a large flat horizontal capstone (table), although there are also more complex variants. Most date from the early Neolithic period (4000 to 3000 BC).

Sømarkedyssen #Denmark

Sømarkedyssen #Denmark

Tustrup-dysserne - One of the most beautiful and evocative Neolithic installations. It is on the edge of the narrow Hevring Valley, west of the village of Tustrup, Denmark. The impressive round barrow, in the southeastern part of the area, has a tomb of five large upright stones surrounded by 13 boundary stones in a diameter of 26.24' (8 m). This megalithic structure dates back to about 3,200 BC - Image : © Poul Henning Jensen 2003

Tustrup-dysserne - One of the most beautiful and evocative Neolithic installations. It is on the edge of the narrow Hevring Valley, west of the village of Tustrup, Denmark. The impressive round barrow, in the southeastern part of the area, has a tomb of five large upright stones surrounded by 13 boundary stones in a diameter of 26.24' (8 m). This megalithic structure dates back to about 3,200 BC - Image : © Poul Henning Jensen 2003

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