Langeland have more dolmen per km2 than anywhere else in the world!
Experience the finest burial chamber on Langeland built 5-7000 years ago. Crawl into the darkness to see this monumental building from the Stone Age.
Objects from the grave can be seen in the Langeland Museum in Rudkøbing.
Passage grave chamber without earth mound.
Freestanding passage grave chamber in heavily plowed remnants of the original mound.
The graveyard is today located in cultivated land. 5,000 years ago there were at least 7-8 large stone tombs in the area.
Finds of ceramics, flint axes and cross arrows as well as amber beads
The most well-known stone tomb on Langeland. 55 meters long and 8 meters wide with 77 curb stones.
In a field just east of the Ristinge peninsula is a remarkable large stone monument from the Neolithic.
Due to its location, visible from route 305 between Simmerbølle and Tullebølle, this ancient monument is one of Langeland's most visited.
The long barrow is 45 meters long and has a fine curb stone row.
Long dolmen is located on an mound, on the mound there are several beeches and oaks.
Long dolmen in Karskov with 25 standing curbstones
Nice long dolmen - there is no access to the place.
The long dolmens location is right beside the water on the west coast of Langeland.
Langdyssen is exposed on the cliff.
Heavily plowed long dolmen without curb stones.
By the small road Almindingen, halfway between Tranekær and Tullebølle, there are two long dolmens less than 50 meters apart on the edge of a field.
The large capstones is in its original place.
From the highest point of the cliff you can look out over the sea in the north, south and west.
The very large cover stone is overturned and rests on only 2 of 4 supporting stones.
In 1875, the National Museum's emissary discovered a 35 meter long and 8 meter wide long dolmen with three chambers, all of which were located across ...
Two preserved Mounds. Originally there were five. They were placed to be seen from Tryggelev Nor where you could then sail in.
One of Funen’s finest rock carvings from the newer Stone Age.
The bracelet in gold appeared in 1968 and came to Langelands Museum in 1977.
According to local legend, King Rene and his wife are buried here.
One of the 4 small mounds, unfortunately partially covered. Like all visible ancient monuments, the 4 mounds are protected.
Stone setting, shaped like the outline of a ship. May date back to the Bronze Age or Viking Age.
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