The megalithic passage grave from the Neolithic period near Lütow is an example of large stone graves in the Pomeranian region. Lütow is located near Neuendorf on the Gnitz peninsula on the Achterwasser, Gnitz belongs to the island of Usedom. The plant was built around 3,000 BC by people from the funnel cup culture. The actual grave was accessible from the east through a stone slab corridor. Of the originally three or four burial chambers, only two remain today. A mighty beech stands in the middle of the grave and shields the entire square.
Source: ostsee-urlaub-portal.de/ausflugsziel-sehens worth/kuriositaeten/ganggrab-luetow-usedom.htm
March 16, 2020
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