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Welcome to Megalithic Routes – Journey into the past

The European Route of Megalithic Culture serves as a platform for museums, Geoparks, scientists, and experts in tourism from Denmark, England, Germany, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and Sweden to underline the outstanding importance of the megalithic culture for European history, to rediscover and promote the tourism value of its monuments and, in this way, improve their protection as part of the common cultural heritage. The goal of the Association Megalithic Routes is to link together a selection of the oldest monuments of Europe by cultural routes which not only lead to the megalithic monuments but also highlight the manifold features of the surrounding landscape... Read More

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Members and Megalithic Monuments

The Institutional Members of Megalithic Routes are listed below in red. For institutional members click here. To read more about megalithic monuments click here.


The association wishes to establish an interpretation centre for the many megalithic grave monuments of the Stone Age TRB Culture which one can find al around South Zealand and Møn.
Tags: Danmark
Megalithic monuments of the region have been visited by Dr Daniela Hauf, responsible for the Council of Europe’s project entitled “Megalithic Routes”...
Tags: Portugal
The aim of the conference "Early Monumentality and Social Diferentiation in Neolithic Europe: Megaliths, Societies, Landscapes" is to gather experts in research on megalithic and monumental...
Tags: Deutschland
At the occasion of the Summer Seminar of the Cultural Routes which took place from 1st to 5th June 2015 in Osnabrück, Germany, the European Institute of Cultural Routes presented its new...
An archaeological experiment with a diverse programme of events is planned for Assumption Day...
Tags: Deutschland