Chambered Tomb in Lower Saxony.
Comparably lengthy Chambered Tomb, chamber was
build with 7 orthostats on each long side in NE-SW orientation.
The NE single orthostat on the short side is in situ.
There are 4 orthostats of the NW long side still in position,
5 on the opposite. (According to Sprockhoff's text)
Nowadays it seems that you can see the tips if one
more orthostat on each side.
Remains of most likely a former capstone are resting
in the chamber. More remains of former capstones are
scattered around the tomb.
There are also remains of an enclosure.
vielen Dank für Deinen Kommentar.
Ich habe nach Deinen alten Steinen gesucht, meinst Du die Externsteine?
Ich sende eigentlich alle Bilder an [http://www.megalithic.co.uk]. Die beste Seite für 'alte Steine' ! Herzliche Grüße, Holger
Super Foto ! Danke schön...
hello from Ukraine!!!
Very nice photo, beautiful view!
Best wishes from Germany, Christian.
Yes, last year we went to Northern Germany after the usual rock art field-trip to Scotland. Your photos and locations were a great help to me indeed.
It is with great interest that I follow your postings on TMP; its like being back in Germany!
My nick-name on TMP (and TMA) is "rockartuk".
I am sure we see/speak eachother.
Keep on rocking, mate!
The beautiful Dolmen of Mildstedt, in Schleswig-Holstein.
Originally located apprx. 1500m east, it has been set here on display in 1981. The original location is called 'Vossberg'.
why don't you add your photo to www.megalithic.co.uk (http://www.megalithic.co.uk/article.php?sid=19250)