March 21, 2021
Drive the road from Klågerup towards Bara.
After Klågerup is a road to the south. After the turn,
a pocket by the road is big enough for a car.
By the pocket is a sign that tells about Rövarebacken (robber hill),
Jättegraven (the Ginat grave) and Mångelsten. Out in the field is Mångelsten,
stone circle or dolmen?
It consists of some raised and lying stones,
there are probably several stones missing.
It is surrounded by cultivated fields so it is not possible to get out to it.
Walk the road towards Klågerup to get to Jättegraven,
which can be seen on a hill out among the fields.
After the farm on the right, there is a place to go south along the fields.
Then on the string between two fields.
Past a bush, then the grave lies on a hill with a lone tree.
The sun is shining, but you are disturbed by a cold wind.
The Jättegraven is a passage tomb in a mound, with a view of the fields.
The entrance is to the east, in the passage there is a fallen block,
in the middle of the chamber there is a fallen roof block.
Passage graves were built in the centuries before 3000 BC.
On the other side of the country road is Rövarebacken,
a large burial mound in a field.
There does not seem to be any path to follow.
Goes back on the south side of the strip between the fields,
somewhat awkwardly past a pile of rocks.
GPS: WGS84 decimal (lat, lon) 55.587977, 13.22256