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Peaceful antiquity in a nice setting.

Nice place to visit. Would read about it before you arrive. Knowing what it is all about is... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
London, Canada
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Two hunebeds close to eachother

Hunebed D17 en Hunebed D18 are very close to eachother. Between the two hunebeds there is some... read more

Reviewed 18 July 2018
Bernard W
Zeist, The Netherlands
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6 days ago
“Peaceful antiquity in a nice setting. ”
18 Jul 2018
“Two hunebeds close to eachother”
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Nice place to visit. Would read about it before you arrive. Knowing what it is all about is advised before going. No English information on site. Quiet, not busy. Worth seeing if you are travelling through.

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Reviewed 18 July 2018

Hunebed D17 en Hunebed D18 are very close to eachother. Between the two hunebeds there is some explanation. In the beginning I had problems to find the, but it is of course very logical that they are located near the Hunebedweg (Hunebed Road)

Thank Bernard W
Reviewed 13 January 2018

Our children really enjoyed this place. The outdoor huts with staff dressed up from the stone-age were really good; our 5 year old really believed they were living there.

Thank Josephine_AMS
Reviewed 30 March 2016 via mobile

Hunebeden D18 and D17 are close to each other (100 m) and in a nice location besides a Church. Good to go with kids an play hide&seek. There is conveniently a small parking lot. We were not interested in seeing all the Hunebeden of the...More

Thank Yves V
Reviewed 29 October 2015

The hunebedden are the hallmark of Drente, so if you're around this province you should definitely see a few. And the largest exemplar is in Rolde. Next to it, the hunebeddenmuseum. Just because of the unique topic, excellent. Those interested in prehistory should also consider...More

Reviewed 19 April 2014

Do some reading before visiting Drenthe's hunebeds to find out what they are and how they came to be. Great to see this ancient history preserved!

Thank Margriet R
Reviewed 16 August 2013

The Hunebeds in Rolde are two together on a nice terrain close to the old church with parking nearby. They are ancient funeral monuments build from big boulders brought to Holland in the ice age by gletschers. The setting is really nice close to the...More

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