Troldkirken is a Stone Age megalith (dolmen) with a polygonal chambered mound covered by a capstone and surrounded by forty-eight large stones. The whole monument is some 90 metres long. The name means Church of the Troll in Danish.

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Troldkirkevej 22, Nibe, Denmark
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Founded: 3500-2800 BC
Category: Prehistoric and archaeological sites in Denmark
Historical period: Neolithic Age (Denmark)

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Laila Bonnevie (3 months ago)
Mega fin langdysse. Skøn view oppe fra grusvejen
Niels Risgaard Hansen (3 months ago)
Smuk udsigt i fantastiske omgivelser. Det er en spændende oplevelse at bevæge sig rundt omkring stendyssen. Der er et fint skilt med information. Der er ikke gode forhold til parkering, men fint hvis man cykler eller er villig til at gå en lille kilometer.
Peter Reichelt (12 months ago)
Good & easy to find.
Birgit og Gerth Kastbjerg (2 years ago)
Fantastic view - two churches: Troldekirken with Sønderholm Church in the background
Moritz Hart (2 years ago)
From here you have a very nice overview of the region
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