Inside the Hov Dås one can see this barrow (there are two barrows inside this area)

Hov Dås (before 1948 spelled Hov Daas) is a large hill in Denmark of prehistoric and bronze age interest because it contains a couple of long barrows type of bronze and prehistoric burial types, and tumulus on top. It is situated in Jutland, in the community of Thisted. It is 54 m wide and 3 m high.[1][2]

In contemporary times, Hov Dås hill is used for grundlovsmøder by the Danes, which are meetings every year on 5 June to celebrate free speech and the constitution day of democracy in Denmark.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Hov Dås". Visitthy. 16 June 2018. Archived from the original on 16 June 2018. Retrieved 16 June 2018.
  2. ^ Trap, J.P.; Nielsen, N. (1961). Danmark: pt. 1. Hjørring amt. pt. 2. Thisted amt. pt. 3. Ålborg amt. Danmark (in Norwegian). G. E. C. Gad. p. 571. Retrieved 16 June 2018. Det storformede bakkeland kulminerer i Hov Dås (46 m, 1638 Hovdus, Hovdys), der er indret, til off. anlæg med mødeplads, og fra bakken, hvorfra et udsigtstårn rager yderligere op, er der en glimrende udsigt over vejlerne og Limfjorden og de ...

External linksEdit

  • "H". TOHMAS – Thys historie på nettet (in Danish). Retrieved 16 June 2018.

Coordinates: 56°59′27″N 8°48′55″E / 56.9908°N 8.8152°E / 56.9908; 8.8152