Near Grossmugl, a village in Lower Austria, is a giant tumulus. The 3,500-year-old hill grave is the largest in Central Europe with a height of 18 m.
At that time, social hierarchies have already been emerged here.
The Neolithic ring ditch site is shrouded in mystery to this day. About 50 out of the known 140 Circular ditches of this type in Europe are in Lower Austria.
They have been built 6.000 – 7.000 years ago. The first of the two ring ditches in Glaubendorf, 35 km north of Krems, was reconstructed the year 2005.
Right next to it is another attraction – the Heldenberg – Mountain of Heroes
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