This big boulder of
Bjerreby Vest is
found in a bronze age tomb; Bjerrebygård
Dyssen, overgrown with huge oak trees.
It is forming the western part of the
now exposed roof.
On a field near Bjerrebyvej 6, 5953
Tranekær. The oak-overgrown tomb is 200
metres west of the road and the parking
GPS: 54.952900, 10.774730
Size: 1,4 metres
high, 1,7 metres wide and 3,3 meters
Meaning of the
name: I named it after the tomb it
is part of; Bjerrebygård Dyssen, where
it forms the western side of the roof.
The name refers to an village and an
farm, combined with the location of the
bolder in the tomb.
tomb is from the bronze age, around
3500-3100 BC. It have not been
excavated, although the central chamber