Broskov road

In South Zealand, a number of stone roads have survived from prehistoric times. Two such paths are located at Broskov between Snesere and Præstø. Some time in the Roman Iron Age (0-400 AD), the first road was laid across a ford at Hulebækken. The road is 3.5 metres wide and laid in close-set flat stones with a border of large oval upright stones. At some stage, the road was abandoned and became overgrown. But the crossing over the shallows of the river was rediscovered in the Middle Ages some 1,000 years later. A new road was laid, and the ancient road was used in part as a foundation


Broskov road
Broskovvejen 1
Præstø 4720