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Kong Asgers Høj

Impressive ancient relics and monuments on Møn

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Møn is home to some of Denmark’s most beautiful and best-preserved stone dolmens and burial chambers. Even though several of them are more than 5,000 years old, you can still get really close and actually crawl all the way into the burial chamber.

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Grønjæger Høj/Grønsalen
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Grønjæger Høj/Grønsalen

Longdolmen, 102 m long and 10 m wide high sorrounded by 124 edge stones. With two chambers at the east end and one at the west end.
According to a legend, the Chief Green Hunter must be buried here. An...

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Kong Asgers Høj
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Kong Asgers Høj

Take an exciting walk through the dark hallway to the chamber of King Asgers Høj, bring your flashlight and have a thrilling experience between the big stones in the dark.

King Asgers Højis located o...

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Klekkendehøj
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Klekkendehøj

Klekkendehøj is located south of the village of Røddinge. The mound is "Mon's only double giant burial ground. Excavated in the 18th century as one of the first archaeological excavations in Denmark.

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Sømarkedyssen
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Sømarkedyssen

Octagonal dolmen with a very big coverstone with about 200 bowl-shaped hollows, which are holy magic signs.

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Sprovedyssen
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Sprovedyssen

Round barrow about 100 m south of Kong Asgers Høj. Passage and chamber built of large stones and small, flat medium-sized stones. The burial mound is encircled by 35 large stones forming a barrow circ...

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Jordehøj
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Jordehøj

The passage grave Jordehøj is located with a visible entrance from Grønsundvej. The giant room has a 10 m long and 2.5 m wide chamber with the characteristic narrowing in the middle.
The south-east cor...

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Hulehøj
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Hulehøj

In the Østerskov on Bogø there is a large, well preserved and accessible passage grave opposite the forest pavilion. The passage is 5.5 m long, the burial chamber 6.3 m long. Note the threshold stone ...

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