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Steenodde - Esenhugh

Round Barrow(s)


300 m west of Steenodde lies the largest Bronze Age burial mound of the island of Amrum. Esenhugh is abound 4.7 m high and has a diameter of 26.5 m. The dolmen of Steenodde lies about 420 m to the south.
A viking burial ground with formerly 88 burial mounds lies close by.

To get to the burial mound drive of the road Stianoodswai towards Steenodde. At the point where the first property is located on the right, a narrow dirt road turns left at an archaeological information sign.

Esenhugh lies 170 m along this dirt road on the left.

Visited November 2019
Nucleus Posted by Nucleus
16th November 2019ce

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