The Boulder of Tøveldestenen

TØVELDESTENEN

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Temporary photo by Ejlif Pedersen.

This big boulder of Tøveldestenen is found 87 meters out in the sea at Oddermose Strand. Follow Bringtoftevej towards south from number 10, and when it turns right, a little gravel road leads left towards the sea. When it reach the beach turn right for 75 meters.

Location: Bringtoftevej 10, 4780 Stege.
GPS: 54.948745, 12.308544

Size:  ?

Meaning of the name: Named after the nearby village Tøvelde, which old name was Tubald, which originates from Theobald; Sankt Theobald (1033-1066).

Material: ?

Origin: ?

Legend: You can reversed on it with horse and cart.
It has been thrown from Skåne towards the tower of Magleby Church.
It turns every time it smells freshly baked bread.
A humming noise from the stone alerts storms.