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Hohler Stein Kallenhardt
Germany

25m lang, 8m breit, 2m hoch. Eine Kulturhöhle bei Rüthen Kallenhardt im Lörmecketal. Sie befindet sich in einem Stein, daher der Name Hohler Stein. Entstanden durch Auslösung durch saures Wasser der Lörmecke. In geduckter Haltung kann man die Höhle durch den kleinen unteren Eingang betreten. Aber auch außen rum über eine Erhöhung kann man die Höhle durch den großen Eingang betreten.

Copyright: Carsten devil
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13816x6908
Caricate: 20/08/2011
Aggiornato: 06/08/2014
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Tags: stein; stone; kallenhardt; nature; natur
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