Remains of a Passage Grave near the village Edendorf in Lower Saxony.
In 1846 there were 5 tombs in this local area.
You still see a lot of boulders scattered arround.
This is the only tomb that survived.
7 uprights are more or less in place,
with 2 more of the former passage.
One capstone is still there, but has fallen over the side in 1963.
Nevertheless, this is an impressive tomb.
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Photo taken in Bienenbüttel, Germany
Misplaced? Suggest new location