The Netherlands has more than fifty dolmens. They are all – except one – in the province of Drenthe. Two of them are located in the De Strubben-Kniphorstbos archaeological reserve: D7 Schipborg and D8 Anloo. The letters D stand for ‘Drenthe’, a prefix that these so-called “hunebeds” together with a unique number have been given for recognizability. D8 Anloo is the smaller of the two with a length of 7.9 meters and a width of 4.4 meters. Enthusiasts have restored the grave several times. Especially in the distant past, it was not always with right expert knowledge. But we must be glad that this monument is still there, because two neighboring dolmens disappeared hundreds of years ago.
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