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at Ålabodarna. Crawling into a more than 5000 years old tomb, a passage grave with a burial chamber. The chmaber has eleven stone blocks as walls and three roof blocks.

September 3, 2017
Crawling into a more than 5000 years old tomb, a passage grave with a burial chamber. The chmaber has eleven stone blocks as walls and three roof blocks. The path in has six rocks as walls and three roof blocks. The tomb has been recently restored and will be safe to crawl into. You have to crawl.

Coming from Glumslöv, the grave is on the right side before the hill down to Ålabodarna. There is a large parking. The grave is clearly visible from the parking lot. A path goes over the field to it. But first a bath and lunch.

Shortly after the parking is a stairway down to the beach. A nice swim. Lies for a while in the sun after the bath. Go to the harbor and have lunch (plaice) on the harbor inn. Then the time for the grave.

Bring a lamp, it is necessary. Wasps guard the entrance. They are calm. Crawls in. Not very far, some daylight comes in. At excavations, there have been found skeletons of seven persons and objects. The grave is not as big as Gillhög on the way to Barsebäckshamn, can not stand straight up as you can there. Crawling out. Puts my hand almost in the wasp nest. The wasps get a bit annoyed. From the pile there is a view of the Öresund with Ven and the landscape around. Right next to the entrance is a rectangle of stones. A grave?

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