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+ Location on a map / Sijainti kartalla

The bronze-age barrow of Yli-Katari, a cliff near Pohtionvuori and the hill fort of Huttala, is about 12m wide and one meter tall. It has either been plundered or has collapsed on its own, as the center has caved in. This is a very typical sight regarding contemporary tumuli. Some of the barrow's original structures are still visible, like one of the sides where cut stones have been neatly stacked up to form a low wall.


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