A hunebed (prehistoric grave marker)

This hunebed (prehistoric grave marker) has retained its original appearance. Located in an excavation at the top of a knoll, it consists of a square of tightly fitted stones and still has one of the flat flagstones that formed part of the roof. Two more widely separated stones mark the entrance, situated to the east, contrary to the normal custom.

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