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Idstedt 1

Passage Grave


The Idstedter Räuberhöhle is a passage grave and one of the few megalithic tomb surviving in its original form in Schleswig-Holstein. The 4.4 m long, 1.5 m to 2 m wide and 1.50 m high chamber consists of 9 supporting and 3 capstones. The former 3.5 m long passage is only partially preserved. A stone lying in front of the mound could have been one of the capstones of the passage. The site is completely hidden except for the passage in the 2.5 m high round hill, with a diameter of 17 m.

From Schleswig drive north on the Flensburger Straße in the direction of Flensburg. Approximately 450 m after the junction to "Wilhelmslust" lies the tomb on the right side of the road, about 15 m in the forest.

Visited November 2019
Nucleus Posted by Nucleus
5th November 2019ce
Edited 5th November 2019ce

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