Wéris Megalithic Field

Wéris, Belgium

Wéris village well known for its megaliths, including dolmens and menhirs. There is a 'Museum of Megaliths' in the centre of the village. Listed as an exceptional heritage site of Wallonia, The North Dolmen of Wéris is part of a megalithic field stretching about 8 km long and 300 m wide. In the current state of research, this megalithic field consists of two covered walkway dolmens with associated menhirs, and six sites signaled by lone menhirs.


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Founded: 3000 BC
Category: Prehistoric and archaeological sites in Belgium


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Jose Luis Santos Odriozola (3 years ago)
Great place to walk around especially if you go with a pusher or a stroller.
Leander Stalmans (3 years ago)
Cool to learn more about this prehistoric landmark. There are more menhirs scattered around the landscape nearby.
Daniel Rossi (3 years ago)
Good for hiking
Mitr Friend (3 years ago)
Its an open air space, located just beside the road. The Dolmen of Weris is dates back to 2000-1800 BCE. There are many Menhirs standing in front of the Dolmen.
Sander Huisman (4 years ago)
There is an impressive hike between the big monoliths of the Dolmen of Wéris. Some are hidden between high fields of corn, some are under a collection of trees, there is also a place where most of the stones come from not too far away. It requires a little walk in the forest. I felt like some witchy stuff must have taken place in the past in these places. It's an amazing thing to visit while you're away from the busy Durbuy.
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