Ertebølle Hoved, Ertebølle, Farsø, Vesthimmerland, Nordjylland Region, Denmark
Ertebølle Hoved, Ertebølle, Farsø, Vesthimmerlands Kommune, Nordjylland, Danmark
Photo: Bert de Ruiter
Ertebølle Hoved is the most eastern locality in Denmark, where you can find Moler deposits. This location is situated at the East Coast of the Limfjord, 10 km's West of Farsø and some 20-km's South of Løgstør, at the Southwest side of the small town called Ertebølle, near the "Stenaldercentret" (Stone Age Centre). The Moler deposits you can find here are similar to the deposits on the islands of Fur and Mors.
| 'Manganese Oxides|
var: Manganese Dendrites'
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Locality Updated: Line pit (Lowe's Mine), State Line District, Cecil Co., Maryland, USAFrom Bill Cordua, 9th Dec 2013 21:28:40