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Baronens Høj (meaning Baron's Hill) is a round dolmen near the sea on the edge of the Nørreskov forest on the island of Alsen in Denmark.
It was transformed into a lookout point around 1840 by Frederik Julius Baron Wedell-Wedellsborg (1814–1901). The megalithic complex was built between 3500 and 2800 BCE, and so it was built by the people of the Funnel Beaker culture.
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