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In the province Vlaams Brabant no stone is standing on the original location.
'Dolmen stone Duisburg' - Tervuren (Vlaams Brabant)
In the park at Tervuren, on a crossroad of lanes called 'Zevenster ' (Seven star)', you can admire the broken pieces of the so called 'Dolmen stone from Duisburg'. The stones 'unbroken' diameter measured +- 2m45.
Those three sandstones were excavated in 1883 in a field in Duisburg (a
borough near Tervuren).
No evidence exist that this are the remains of a dolmen (passage grave). In a forest in the area (Zoniënwoud) many Neolithic artefacts where found.
'Halve Steen' - Zemst-Laar (Vlaams Brabant)
This remarkable stone was excavated in 1930, near a cross
road in Zemst-Laar, and placed on a concrete base.
Location: On the end of a street called 'Halvesteenstraat', on the crossroad of the very old road from Humbeek to Hombeek. This crossroad is a frontier between Zemst en Hombeek, also frontier between the provinces Vlaams Brabant and Antwerpen.
In Bost, near Tienen, a reference to a disappeared stone, the 'Lange Steen' or 'Long Stone'.
'Standing stone' - Neerwinden (Vlaams Brabant)
This stone was found in 1972, near the road from Neerwinden to Overwinden, near a Gallo-Roman funeral place. Now it is standing on masonry in front of the Church at Neerwinden.
Height +- 1m60 descending to +- 1m,