In the nature reserve Leudal, along the Busshopsweg, there is a large grave field, mainly used from the late-Bronze Age until the early-Iron Age.
From 1100 to 800 BC the ashes were buried after the cremation. The remains were put in an urn or wrapped in a scarf and covered up with a low hill of sods. Every individual got his own memorial. By putting every time a new hill next to another , the vast grave field were shaped.