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Leetze 5

Chambered Tomb

<b>Leetze 5</b>Posted by NucleusImage © Uwe Häberle 03/2019
Latitude:52° 46' 0.8" N
Longitude:   11° 1' 57.22" E

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Leetze 5 is a grand dolmen consisting of six pairs of supporting stones. It lies 85m south of Leetze 4 at the edge of the forest, just south of the road from Leetze to Gieseritz, next to a forest path beginning here. The enclosure is oriented north-northwest-south-southeast; it has a length of 24 m and a width of 5.0-6.5 m. It is trapezoidal and still has 34 of originally probably 37 stones. Guardian stones stand at the corners of the enclosure.

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Nucleus Posted by Nucleus
3rd March 2019ce
Edited 3rd March 2019ce