Is this a joke? In a photographical sense
yes, but not in its historical context.
D45 is a big hunebed on top of a hill
in the Emmer Dennen, the city forest near the center of the town. Imagine
the original barrow that covered the hunebed on top of it and there
you have a small mountain! D45 still has 6 capstones, but 2 are missing.
Three of them are still on their 'feet' but three have tumbled down
into the grave. The 17 sidestones and 2 endstones are complete
and there still are 13 so called kerbstones around the burial chamber.
There must have been 38 of them. The entrance to the grave on the south
side is still there, but the capstone to this passage is missing.