The Karlsteine Dolmen is a prehistoric megalithic monument located near the city of Osnabrück in the state of Lower Saxony, Germany.
Kleinenknetener Steine is a prehistoric site located in Lower Saxony, Germany.
The dolmens of Døjringe are located on Dyssevej and Sorøvej, on the Danish island of Zealand.
Dolmen D44 is located in the hamlet of Westenesch near Emmen in the Dutch province of Drenthe.
Dolmen D42 is located on the west side of the Emmer or Schimmer esch near Emmen in the Dutch province of Drenthe.
The Dellbrück dolmen (also called Dellbrücker Kammer) is a megalithic grave complex of the Neolithic funnel beaker culture near Dellbrück, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
The Dolmen of Dedelow (also called Dedelow 1) is located north of the hamlet of Steinfurth, in Dedelow, a district of Prenzlau in the Uckermark district in Brandenburg, Germany.
The large Damerow dolmens were excavated and restored by Ewald Schuldt in 1968. The two megalithic systems were built between 3500 and 2800 BCE as large stone graves of the funnel beaker culture.
The megalithic graves near Dambeck are three megalithic tombs from the Neolithic funnel beaker culture near Dambeck, in the Mecklenburg Lake District, Germany.
The Cismar dolmen is a megalithic grave complex of the Neolithic funnel beaker culture near Cismar, a district of Grömitz in the Ostholstein district in Schleswig-Holstein.
The Dobersdorf dolmen ( is located southwest of the Dobersdorfer See, in the Plön district in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
Dæmpegårdsdyssen (also called Kongedyssen) is located on the northern edge of Tokkekøb Hegn, on North Zealand in Denmark.