The largest Swedish chamber tomb

Pavel Čáp
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Inserted: 10.05.2020
Author: Pavel Čáp © gigaplaces.com

Simply the Royal Tomb, is a stone circular mound with a diameter of 75 m, which is located less than 400 m from the sea. At first glance, however, an ordinary pile of rounded boulders hides a burial chamber from the Bronze Age. Unfortunately, before the discovery of the chamber, the place was used as a building stone quarry, it was also probably stolen, so the „Royal“ will not be completely accurate. Today we are looking at a reconstructed version (even using concrete), made according to drawings from the time of discovery in the 18th century.

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