Jan Brouwer
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I am a retired navigator, living in Holland, with a passion for prehistoric rock art, mainly in the UK but also of my holiday countries like Germany, Norway, Sweden, Finland and even Iran.

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We visited this not ot miss wonderful museum on 9 June 2009 and had a really great time. More photos can be seen on the "Worldwide Rock Art Selection" website. The website of the museum is here!

We visited and photographed this cup-marked "Opferstein" (Sacrificial Stone) on 23 June 2009 under difficult light conditions resulting in not to good photography. Furtermore, we left the moss and lichen as we found it for not to harm the surface of the stone. More photos can be seen on the "Worldwide Rock Art Selection" website.

We visited and photographed this so-called "Opferstein" on 25 June 2009 during heavy rainfall. The cups were hard to see (and to photograph!) so we hope to go back sometimes for a couple of better shots. More photos can be seen on the "Worldwide Rock Art Selection" website.

This cup-marked boulder lies at the southern edge of the farm yard, just before the remnants of the Restruper passage grave. The site is signposted from the Ankum to Bippen road as "Zum Napfchenstein". The photo was taken in June 2009 during heavy rainfall. More photographs can be seen at the "Worldwide Rock Art Selection" website.

The friendly owner of the garden gave us permission to photograph the cup- and the cross-marked stone on 7 July 2009. More photos can be seen on the "Worldwide Rock Art Collection" website.

We photographed this cup-marked boulder, now used as a war memorial, on 16 June 2009. More photos of this monument can be seen on the "Worldwide Rock Art Selection" website.

The remains of this Megalithic monument were photographed on 23 June 2009. Originally this passage grave was topped with two stones. The remaining one, covered with 27 cups, slipped into the chamber. The cups are faint and for a great part overgrown with lichen. More photographs can be seen on the "Worldwide Rock Art Selection".

The very faint rock carvings on one of the stones of a "grosssteingrab" were photographed on the 9th of June 2009. There are several sun motifs and some cups on top of the stone. The sun motifs are often found on outcrop rock in Scandinavia and this site considered as one of the most southerly examples. More (detailed) photos can be seen on the "Worldwide Rock Art Selection" website.

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