The Starrvitz megalithic tomb is a trapezoidal, partly mounded megalithic tomb.
This partly still mounded megalithic tomb is a trapezoidal long bed with the dimensions of approx. 35 m x 6 or 10 m. The probably still completely preserved burial chamber, of which three capstones are still recognizable, is located in the west of the barrow. Possibly a second burial chamber exists in the eastern part of the grave, as indicated by a larger stone protruding from the mound. The mound bed with its surrounding stones is for the most part still well preserved, which also applies to a fallen guard stone at the southwest corner.
Author: Katrin Staude / Archaeo Tour Rügen, archaeo-tour-ruegen.de