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Tuesday, August 9, 2016
Danish archaeologists find mysterious well
The mysterious site was found near Aars west of the Limfjord in northeastern Jutland (photo: Google Maps)
Danish archaeologists have discovered a mysterious New Stone Age construction near the town of Aars in northeastern Jutland.
“I never use the word sensation, but I must admit this is as close as it gets,” Bjarne Nielsen, the leader of the research team and curator at Vesthimmerlands Museum, told newspaper Nordjyske Stiftstidende.