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.