February 7, 2015
North of the road between Stora Harrie and Södervidinge is just outside
Stora Harrie a burial ground with megalithic tombs, Galgbacken.
The place has been used as a place of execution, hence the name.
The last is said to have been executed in 1845, the farmhand Jons Persson for robbery and murder.
The burial ground is older than that, from 3600-3200 BC.
They were built during funnelbeaker culture, which is characterized
of their pottery vessels.
The first farmers in the North.
On the north side of the road are two dolmens,
a rectangular 4x50 meters, the second 9x13 meters.
At the field's western section is the place to park and a
information sign, which is half hidden behind
The long dolmen has a barely visible edge of stones.
They had not been seen much unless the surrounding grass has been cut.
East of it is the smaller dolmen, which is lined with about ten
On the other side of the road, closer to Stora Harrie, is a dolmen.
It is significantly damaged, the roof block is missing, and it is filled with soil.