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 Interior of Kong Asger Høj, near Fanefjord, Møn, Denmark 
 Keywords: One of the largest Late Stone Age passage graves in Denmark. It is 10 metres long and 2 metres wide and was built between 3000 and 1500 BC as a common grave, being opened to receive the newly deceased and then resealed afterwards. Danish king Hoj burial mound old ancient prehistoric pagan death dead afterlife superstition belief religion standing stones huge big large chamber underground lgpl

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Photographer: Leslie Garland
Collection: Byker Wall
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Interior of Kong Asger Høj, near Fanefjord, Møn, Denmark

Keywords: One of the largest Late Stone Age passage graves in Denmark. It is 10 metres long and 2 metres wide and was built between 3000 and 1500 BC as a common grave, being opened to receive the newly deceased and then resealed afterwards. Danish king Hoj burial mound old ancient prehistoric pagan death dead afterlife superstition belief religion standing stones huge big large chamber underground lgpl