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The Daudieck dolmens are a group of three dolmens that lie between Gut Daudieck and the town of Issendorf, in Lower Saxony, Germany.
The oldest evidence of the settlement of the Horneburg Geestrand in the glacial valley of the Elbe can be viewed on an archaeological educational trail west of Gut Daudieck. According to the grave goods, the three giant beds date from around 3500 BCE. In addition, there is a stone box.
The three dolmens have Sprockhoff numbers 661, 662, 663.
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