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Forest protects burial mounds

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Among the rolling hills of central Zealand, in a large forest at Næsbyholm, looking out over Tystrup-Bavelse Lakes, is one of the largest clusters of burial mounds in Denmark. 118 Bronze Age burial mounds have been preserved. There are also three dolmens (portal…

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Were dead people buried in the forests?

No. The forests were not used as burial sites. Back in the Bronze Age, the burial mounds were built…

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