Freely accessible mound with exposition
Quite unusual for our conditions, but it is quite common in the north – a thousand-year-old monument stands freely accessible in the fields – and this even has a small exhibition inside. It is located in the western part of the island of Møn and whoever wants to see it must squat …
No matter where you get to the mound, you have to walk across the field. Small well-trodden paths converge on it from several sides and local farmers completely tolerate it.
The mound has two entrances – it is a two-pass type – but only one is accessible. Inside you will find out why …
Here you have to squat or four. It's not long, but it's definitely a challenge for claustrophobics.
After a few meters you are in the burial chamber. If you want to admire the monumentality of boulders and laid walls by skilled builders, a headlamp is essential.
And finally, the golden nail of this several-meter walk – a replica of the funeral situation that was discovered in the mound. This production is created in the second part of the chamber (hence the second locked corridor). It is placed behind the glass and lights up decently when you activate the photocell in the chamber.
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