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Gislövshammar in Sweden

Walking along the shoreline outside of this small village in the south of Sweden will reveal a number of odd, circular formations above and under the water. What would probably have been a sign of an ancient alien civilization in any given science fiction movie does, however, have a much more down-to-earth explanation. The limestone rocks in the shoreline were once the perfect material for making millstones for nearby gristmills.
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