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Location address: Denmark, Central Jutland
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The Tustruper Necropolis is a collection of prehistoric monuments west of the village Tustrup, on the road to Nørager, north of the Jutland peninsula DJURSLAND. On a flat plateau above the valley of the Hevring Å there are two dolmens, a passage grave and the remains of the so-called cult house of funnel beaker culture (TBK). They date from the Neolithic period around 3500-2800 v. Chr. Neolithic monuments are an expression of the culture and ideology of Neolithic societies. Their origin and function are considered as indicator of social development.