In this post another exception to the rule: in the first post I told you that the Dutch are not very romantic about these monuments, which is illustrated by the fact that they have no names for them, but only a letter and a number (for example D01). There's one hunebed however that has got a name, the bottom one in this post. That one, a tunnel grave, is called De papeloze kerk, meaning "church without a priest". Apparently anti-catholic, protestant sermons were held here in the 16th century, which may very well be possible since the hunebed is still very far from the inhabited world ...
Megaliths in Drenthe (The Netherlands) - part 3
by Björn Roose December. 19, 2018 380 views
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