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The Devil's Stone

Category Natural attractions, Natural attractions
Suuremõisa küla, Pühalepa vald, Hiiumaa
Coordinates 58.873333, 22.955278
GPS: 58° 52' 24" N, 22° 57' 19" E

In Pühalepa, only a few hundred meters to the North from St.
Lawrence’s Lutheran Church, from the oldest building in Hiiumaa,
in the forest there is a peculiar triangular boulder named after
Vanapagan (the Devil) from Estonian folk myths. The boulder drifted
here during the Ice Age is 2.5 meters high and 13.8 meters of

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