vrijdag, 16 november 2018

Hunebed D6 near Tynaarlo English

This is a small hunebed, but undamaged and with almost everything in its right place: three lintels, six sidestones and two keystones. This well-preserved...

D7, in the Strubben/Kniphorstbos near Anloo English

This is a somewhat anonymous hunebed, hidden away in the woodlands above Anloo. And not easy to find. From the road from Schipborg to...

Hunebed D8 in De Strubben/Kniphorstbos near Anloo English

The area between Schipborg and Anloo, known as De Strubben/Kniphorstbos, is the largest designated archaeological monument in the Netherlands. In addition to two hunebeds...

Hunebed D9 in Annen English

D9 is a small incomplete hunebed standing at the side of the busy road between Zuidlaren and Annen. It stands on its own grassy...

Hunebed D10 in the Gasterse Duinen English

D10 stands to the right of the road between Gasteren and Oude Molen in the Gasterse Duinen (dunes), an area managed by the Drentse...

D11 in the woods near Anloo English

Turn left off the road from Anloo to Anderen, just before the small fen called Gagelveen, and follow a sandy path until you reach...

Hunebed D12 in Eext English

This pile of stones stands a little out of the way, in the middle of an area known as the Kamp Akkers or Eexter...

Hunebed D13: the step grave in Eext English

In the Netherlands there are 54 Megalithic monuments. One of them is D13. This is a very unusual hunebed. Unique of its kind. In...

Hunebed Eext D14 English

The village of Eext, in the local authority area of Aa en Hunze, is home to a number of hunebeds. One of the finest...

Hunebed D15 Loon English

There is only one hunebed within the borders of Assen, the provincial capital of Drenthe. It is a medium-sized hunebed close to the rustic...