Hunebed D27 surpasses all the other Dutch megaliths in various respects. Measuring 22,6 meters, it is the longest of them all. It has the most supporting stones (26) and its largest capstone is the heaviest of all surviving hunebed stones. And it is here that the earliest known excavation of a hunebed took place. That was in 1685, under supervision of Titia Brongersma. I am talking about Borger – a little village in the north of Holland. The oldest known dolmens are in Western Europe, where they were set in place around 7,000 years ago. I loved the black and whites underneath the dolmen.

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