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Falling rocks at the Balearic Islands

Andratx, II.2007; pict. G. De Knijf Andratx, II.2007; pict. G. De Knijf 8.IV.2009, Menorca; pict. J. Koelstra
This sign is the same as one of the common finds from Spain. It belongs to the second group with six stones and the third one toothlike. The stones are a bit less edgy though. Our second find (from the same region) is a real eye-catcher. Also six boulders, but with completely different shapes: a drawing-pin, a shoe, an hourglass, kind of a hook. Weird. A boy emptying his pockets? This one comes also from mainland Spain. It's the very common kind with five boulders and a stone formula of small - big - small - big - flat.
 

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