No one was not even aware of this menhir was actually a menhir, since in the 17th century a double-iron
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No one was not even aware of this menhir was actually a menhir, since in the 17th century a double-iron iron cross was inserted into it, which was depicted in the drawing of 1932.
The cross was violently defeated during the Second World War. In 1896 a survey was carried out, which found that the stone is deeply planted in the ground and its part underground is large as its above-ground part. Near the menhir, remains of ceramics and ornaments were found. Prehistoric origin is not proven or excluded