Tumuli de Schinkelsknopf

The Schinkelsknopf is a burial mound near Galhausen, Belgium dated around 750 to 100 BC.
Tumuli de Schinkelsknopf

On the western outskirts of Galhausen are the tumuli Schinkel button . These are Celtic graves from the Iron Age , the last visible evidence of the pre-Roman settlement of the Eifel, which are dated to around 750 to 100 BC. The barrows are now protected as cultural monuments and are now lying on a cow meadow behind barbed wire.

Share this place
Tumuli de Schinkelsknopf
Tumuli de Schinkelsknopf, Sankt Vith, Liége, Belgium
6.110762,
  50.255693
Share this place

Images

(click to enlarge)

Stay in the loop!

Subscribe to our newsletters to receive our best content straight into your inbox.

Other places in Belgium

We need your help

Join Pagan Places to start adding places to our directory
cookies

We use cookies to add some flavor to our website!

pagan places

Stay up to date about our latest content.

Follow us!

pagan places

Become a member to bookmark places

Already got an account?