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Norg Kerk



Sint-Margaretakerk (in Norg)

Visited: July 11, 2014

Though often referred to as 'Norg Kerk', the name of this 13th century Romanesque church is the Sint-Margaretakerk. It is located on Brink, about 200 metres from Norg town-centre bus halt at Westeind.

The church is notable for the grouping of stones in front of it: a number of deeply buried supporting stones with only their tops showing are surmounted by two capstones that would do justice to many a hunebed.

This monument is not, however, credited as being a hunebed, but it seems highly likely that it is an ancient grave of some description.
LesHamilton Posted by LesHamilton
11th July 2014ce
Edited 13th August 2014ce

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