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Wechte I (Allee-Couverte)

Das Großsteingrab von Lengerich-Wechte @ Altertumskommission für Westfalen


German website of the Antiquities Commission for Westphalia with a short description and a 3D model (takes some time to load). In addition, it is possible to order the corresponding booklet (alson in German) from the series "Megalithic graves in Westphalia" with the current state of research on the megalithic grave on the website.

Düwelsteene - Heiden (Passage Grave)

Die Düwelsteene bei Heiden @ Altertumskommission für Westfalen


German website of the Antiquities Commission for Westphalia with a short description and a 3D model (takes some time to load). In addition, it is possible to order the corresponding booklet (alson in German) from the series "Megalithic graves in Westphalia" with the current state of research on the megalithic grave on the website.

Wersen II (Passage Grave)

Die Großen Sloopsteene bei Lotte-Wersen @ Altertumskommission für Westfalen


German website of the Antiquities Commission for Westphalia with a short description and a 3D model (takes some time to load). In addition, it is possible to order the corresponding booklet (alson in German) from the series "Megalithic graves in Westphalia" with the current state of research on the megalithic grave on the website.

Goseck (Enclosure)

Official website (in German and English)



Goseck circle @ Wikipedia


The Goseck circle (German: Sonnenobservatorium Goseck) is a Neolithic structure in Goseck in the Burgenlandkreis district in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany.

Teufelssteine - Lüstringen (Passage Grave)

Route of Megalithic Culture - Site 1: Devils Stones (1a)


330 kilometres of scenic route lead you to 33 exciting archaeological sites through Northwest Germany. On your way you will find more than 70 Neolithic (3.500 to 2.800 B.C.) megalithic tombs.

Gretesch 1 (Passage Grave)

Route of Megalithic Culture - Site 1: Gretesch Stones (1b)


330 kilometres of scenic route lead you to 33 exciting archaeological sites through Northwest Germany. On your way you will find more than 70 Neolithic (3.500 to 2.800 B.C.) megalithic tombs.

Jeggen (Passage Grave)

Route of Megalithic Culture - Site 2: Megalithic Tomb Jeggen


http://www.strassedermegalithkultur.de/en/site-2-megalithic-tomb-jeggen

Schwagstorf 1 (Passage Grave)

Route of Megalithic Culture - Site 3: Driehauser Stones (3a)


330 kilometres of scenic route lead you to 33 exciting archaeological sites through Northwest Germany. On your way you will find more than 70 Neolithic (3.500 to 2.800 B.C.) megalithic tombs.

Darpvenner Steine

Route of Megalithic Culture - Site 3: Darpvenner Stones (3b-d)


330 kilometres of scenic route lead you to 33 exciting archaeological sites through Northwest Germany. On your way you will find more than 70 Neolithic (3.500 to 2.800 B.C.) megalithic tombs.

Vehrte 2 (Dolmen / Quoit / Cromlech)

Route of Megalithic Culture - Site 4: Devils Baking Trough and Devils Oven (4b+c)


330 kilometres of scenic route lead you to 33 exciting archaeological sites through Northwest Germany. On your way you will find more than 70 Neolithic (3.500 to 2.800 B.C.) megalithic tombs.

Vehrte 1 (Passage Grave)

Route of Megalithic Culture - Site 4: Devils Baking Trough and Devils Oven (4b+c)


330 kilometres of scenic route lead you to 33 exciting archaeological sites through Northwest Germany. On your way you will find more than 70 Neolithic (3.500 to 2.800 B.C.) megalithic tombs.

Süntelstein (Standing Stone / Menhir)

Route of Megalithic Culture - Site 4: Süntelstein (4a)


330 kilometres of scenic route lead you to 33 exciting archaeological sites through Northwest Germany. On your way you will find more than 70 Neolithic (3.500 to 2.800 B.C.) megalithic tombs.

Helmichsteine (Passage Grave)

Route of Megalithic Culture - Site 5: Helmich Stones (5)


330 kilometres of scenic route lead you to 33 exciting archaeological sites through Northwest Germany. On your way you will find more than 70 Neolithic (3.500 to 2.800 B.C.) megalithic tombs.

Oestringer Steine

Route of Megalithic Culture - Site 6: Oestringen Stones (6a+b)


330 kilometres of scenic route lead you to 33 exciting archaeological sites through Northwest Germany. On your way you will find more than 70 Neolithic (3.500 to 2.800 B.C.) megalithic tombs.

Karlsteine

Route of Megalithic Culture - Site 7: Karlsteine (Stones of Charlemagne) (7a+b)


330 kilometres of scenic route lead you to 33 exciting archaeological sites through Northwest Germany. On your way you will find more than 70 Neolithic (3.500 to 2.800 B.C.) megalithic tombs.

Ueffeln (Passage Grave)

Route of Megalithic Culture - Site 8: Megalithic Tomb at the Wiemelsberg (8)


330 kilometres of scenic route lead you to 33 exciting archaeological sites through Northwest Germany. On your way you will find more than 70 Neolithic (3.500 to 2.800 B.C.) megalithic tombs.

Giersfeld

Route of Megalithic Culture - Site 9: Steingräberweg (Megalithic Tomb Trail) Giersfeld (9a-i)


330 kilometres of scenic route lead you to 33 exciting archaeological sites through Northwest Germany. On your way you will find more than 70 Neolithic (3.500 to 2.800 B.C.) megalithic tombs.

Restrup (Passage Grave)

Route of Megalithic Culture - Site 10: Megalithic tomb Restrup and Teufelsstein (Devils Stone) (10b)


330 kilometres of scenic route lead you to 33 exciting archaeological sites through Northwest Germany. On your way you will find more than 70 Neolithic (3.500 to 2.800 B.C.) megalithic tombs.

Restruper Näpfchenstein (Cup Marked Stone)

Route of Megalithic Culture - Site 10: Megalithic tomb Restrup and Teufelsstein (Devils Stone) (10b)


330 kilometres of scenic route lead you to 33 exciting archaeological sites through Northwest Germany. On your way you will find more than 70 Neolithic (3.500 to 2.800 B.C.) megalithic tombs.
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During my first trip to Ireland back in 2006, I was bitten by the 'megalithic' bug and since then I seek for every opportunity to visit as much sites as possible, with a bias for stone circles.

As I live in the southwest of Germany (not an area famous for megaliths), I rely on my holidays to be able to visit these sites.

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