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Sømarkedyssen is a neolithic megalithic tomb located near Sømark on the Danish island of Moen.
Dating back to approximately 3400 BC, the tomb consists of an octagonal chamber big boulder covered with a ceiling profile supported by seven stones bearing. Leading to the burial chamber corridor is covered with a smaller boulder, supported by four stones, whose upper surface is more than 180 bowl-shaped depressions coming from the Bronze Age.
Coordinates: 54°59′25″N 12°30′09″E / 54.9904°N 12.5025°E / 54.9904; 12.5025

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