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Gravenberg - Wanna

Round Barrow(s)


The Gravenberg is located northwest of Westerwanna, on a small hill north of the road Feuerstättenweg. A small sign points from the road in a small dirt road.

In 1738 the first urns were found during an excavation. In 1869, the Gravenberg was opened again in the hope of finding more antiques.

According to legend, the Süderleda Count is to be buried here with princely jewelery. In addition to the Gravenberg, the all around old Saxon Urn Cemetery has gained supra-regional fame.

Visited June 2019
Nucleus Posted by Nucleus
25th August 2019ce

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