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The Skellerup‐dolmen or Thorup Nord‐dolmen is a freestanding dolmen of polygonal form. The dolmen
dates to Neolithic time – around 3.400 BC. It is located at Knebel Bro on Mols, eastern part of Jutland,
Denmark and placed with a wide view over the Bay of Aarhus.
After Google Earth it is placed on: 56°11’54.16N, 10°28’13.33E
The chamber of the dolmen consists of five closely spaced orthostats. The dimensions of the chamber floor
are 2 by 1.85 m. Height of chamber 1.2 m. Above the chamber a distinctive capstone, 2,8 m long, 2 m wide
and 1,5 m thick, weight about 8 tons. Between two orhostats an 0.5m wide opening to the east. Originally
the dolmen was surrounded by a circle of kerbstones.
For more information: http://www.kulturarv.dk/fundogfortidsminder/Lokalitet/45422/ The dolmen is protected by Heritage Law. There is no public access to the monument, but it is clearly visible form the public road. For 3D presentation: 138 images with an Olympus OM‐D camera, uploaded with PhotoModeler by Eos Systems Inc.