The Strands Dolmen (Stenhus)Your model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Beautiful, well preserved dolmen, called Stenhus. Dated to Neolithic period, about 3.400 BC. with dolmen has an unusual location on a small hill, 3x20x22 meters large. At top of the hill is a 6-sided chamber with 5 ortostats and a heavy capstone. Four stones in the entrance. Surrounded by a series of small kerbstones, set in a circle with a cross dimension of 11 meters. Some cup-marks are located on the upper side of the capstone. For further information: http://www.kulturarv.dk/fundogfortidsminder/Lokalitet/ 45537. The dolmen is placed between of the villages Torup and Strands on Mols, eastern part of Jutland, Denmark. After Google Earth: 56°11´21´´N 10°28´57´´E Public access to the dolmen from the road: Græsbjergvej. The dolmen is protected by the Heritage Law. For 3D presentation: 194 images with a Lumix TZ70 camera, uploaded with PhotoModelerPremium by Eos Systems Inc.