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D38

Hunebed

<b>D38</b>Posted by JaneImage © Jane Tomlinson
Latitude:52° 48' 40.5" N
Longitude:   6° 53' 15.61" E

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Visited May 19, 2013

Some 50 metres northwest of hunebed D40 Emmerveld Southeast lies hunebed D38 Emmerveld North, which presents a rather sorry picture, only two of its original five capstones remaining in position, the others having long ago slid down into the central chamber. The eleven side- and end-stones seem rather diminuative, until it is realised that much of the original mound that was built over this hunebed is still in place. Like icebergs, almost all of the sidestones remain buried in sand.
For route directions, refer to D40.
LesHamilton Posted by LesHamilton
8th August 2013ce
Edited 8th August 2013ce

D38, D39 and D40 stand in a delightful heathland clearing in the forest near Emmen. They're all a bit wrecked, but the location is so gorgeous, they're well worth visiting. Jane Posted by Jane
30th July 2007ce

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Hans Meijer's Dolmens in the Netherlands


Jane Posted by Jane
30th July 2007ce