For many years the Hunebed Centre has enjoyed a close working relationship with the prehistoric Open Air Museum in Albersdorf in Schleswig Holstein in Northern Germany. Now and then we co-operate on projects, as in February 2016. It was cold, everywhere was white with snow, and the Open Air Museum was deserted. That helped to create a unique atmosphere and also enabled us to produce some lovely photo’s.

Our excursion to the Open Air Museum in Albersdorf
Reconstruction of a hunebed
Reconstruction of a hunebed
The site contains a number of prehistoric houses
A still life of an activity on the site – how to move a large boulder
Reconstruction of a mesolithic village
Fairy tale surroundings

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Text: Harrie Wolters
Translation: Alun Harvey

Vorig artikelHunebed D52, Diever
Volgend artikelD53 bij Havelte, Drents
Harrie Wolters is algemeen directeur van het Hunebedcentrum.


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