Great stone grave: passage grave from the Neolithic Age
The megalithic tombs belong to the oldest, human constructions of our landscape, which are still preserved. Here you can find one of eight unique ground monuments from the region around Rerik. Originally, the burial chambers were covered with earth and stone fillings, so that mounds were formed.This passage grave was built between 3100 and 2900 BC. It was archaeologically investigated in 1967. The burial chamber, 9.5 m long and 2 m wide, had an interior division of vertically placed stone slabs. Numerous objects were recovered, such as clay vessels, weapons in the form of arrow blades and tools made of flint.For the information of the guests there are display boards. On Tuesdays from May to September there are regular guided tours of the stone tombs.