Neuensien Grabhügel 1
Just several kilometers up the B196 towards Bergen, can be found the Neuensien Grabhügel 1. Just off the bicycle path leading from Himmelreich, it is found in a row of trees separating two fields. The first to record the site in the 1840s, Johann Gottfried Ludwig Kosegarten, found a largely intact burial chamber and the remains of a hill pile. He found all six support stones (two each at the long side and one each at the narrow sides) in situ and all three capstones were still in their original positions with single stone slabs between them.