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The Kongehoej or Voldstedlund -monument is a VNV/ESE oriented megalithic long barrow framed by 62 big kerbstones. It is a Neolithic monument form about 3.200 BC. The barrow is 52 m long, 22 m wide, 3 m high. The two short sided gables have very impressive kerbstones with highs up to 2,75 m. Two chambers of passage graves are hidden in the barrow. One chamber to east is 3,5x3 m in dimension, 1,9 m high, build of 7 ortostats and covered by one big capstone. From chamber to kerb a passage of 4 sets of ortostats. The chamber to west is 3x3 m in dimension, 1,65 m high and consists of 8 ortostats, and covered by one capstone. To the kerb a passage of 4 sets of ortostats.
For further informations: http:// kulturarv.dk/fundogfortidsminder/Lokalitet/140706-26/ The monuments is protected by Heritage Law. There is public access to the monuments. After Google Earth it is placed on: 56grader 38
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