This big boulder of Sekshøjstenen
found on a field, around 1500 meters
north-east of the village Højby. It is
part of a well preserved Megalitgrave.
As I haven't found any other name for
it, I have named it after the tomb,
which is also known as the
Højby Runddysse. The tomb was excawated
in 1825 and the chamber is open today.
The entrance is narrow, and the chamber
not that big, but surpricently high;
around 1,9 metres. On the top of the
stone is several cup markings.
Stenstrupvej 17, 4573
GPS: 55.918837, 11.576010.
metres high, 1,9 metres wide and 3,3 meters
Meaning of the
name: Named after the tomb: "Six
Der er mange
skåltegn på toppen af stenenSome of the
many cup marks on the boulder.
entrance to the chamber.
The stone seen from below.
is not big, but around 1,9 metres high.