The Kamenički Vis kurgan, also known as the Kinđa mound, is located in Serbia.
The Thracian tomb of Shushmanets is an ancient tomb located in the southeastern part of Bulgaria, near the town of Nova Zagora.
Derfflinger Hügel is a prehistoric and early historical burial mound near Kalbsrieth, Thuringia, Germany.
The Bamut burial mounds - monuments of archaeological heritage, dating back to the second millennium BCE and are located near the village of Bamut, Sernovodsky region (Chechnya).
Jaćwingów Cemetery is a forest nature reserve located about 5 km northeast of the centre of Suwałki, Poland.
The Hamont-Achel burial mounds are a group of eight burial mounds, located in the North Limburg municipality of Hamont-Achel in Belgium.
The Glauberg burial mound is a Celtic burial mound (royal grave) in the German municipality of Glauburg, which is located 300 meters south of the oppidum.
The Karmazinai Burial Mounds are a collection of burial mounds in southeastern Lithuania.
Kong Svends Høj is a burial chamber on northwestern Lolland immediately north of Pederstrup, Denmark.
The Krakus Tumulus is an artificial mound located three kilometres from downtown Krakow and it dominates the Podgórze suburb of Krakow.
The Saint-Michel mound is a megalithic mound located in Carnac in the Gulf of Morbihan.
Tovsta Mohyla burial mound is a Scythian burial mound dating back to the fourth century BCE.