Local media are referring to the ancient religious site as the "Stonehenge of the Netherlands."
Ednews reports that archaeologists in the Netherlands have found a 4,000-year-old shrine made up of ditches and burial mounds.
The site was excavated at Tiel, which lies 72 kilometers (44.7 miles) from The Hague. It was the first such discovery in the Netherlands, according to the town's website.
"What a spectacular archaeological discovery!" A statement on its Facebook page added.