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<b>Wenzendorf</b>Posted by NucleusImage © Uwe Häberle 05/2019
Also known as:
  • Wennerstorf
  • Margaretenstein
  • Sprockhoff Nr. 671

Latitude:53° 22' 4.3" N
Longitude:   9° 46' 27.7" E

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Unfortunately, the tomb, also popularly known as Margaretenstein, is a rather heavily damaged site with a burial chamber oriented in an east-west direction. In situ are the western support stone and the first of the southern longitudinal side. Between both is also a rest of the filling with small stones preserved. Other supporting stones and capstones are relocated and partly shattered. It was probably originally a five-yoke chamber.

The megalithic tomb is located north of Wennerstorf, a district of Wenzendorf, south of the A1 autobahn. Take the path north out of Wennerstorf. After a right and a left turn, a path leads to the left with a barrier into the forest. North of the path and from this not visible lies the tomb on a small hill after about 175 meters.

Visited May 2019
Nucleus Posted by Nucleus
23rd July 2019ce
Edited 23rd July 2019ce