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The so-called Witches' Dance Ground on Mont St. Michel above the village of Saint-Jean Saverne in Alsace, France (not to be confused with the mountain of the same name in Normandy).

The summit plateau consists of a more than impressive rock massif, from which this circular area was carved out. A few meters directly below this basin is the Fairy Grotto, a cave with mysterious traces from long ago. Among them is a sarcophagus-like depression chiseled into the ground, called the Witch's Hole, that is just large enough for a person to lie in.

According to the legend, this place was the home of witches in the past.

The mountain was probably revered as a druidic cult site in the time of the Celts, and it is very likely that the history of settlement goes back even further. Numerous traces in the wide surroundings testify to an early human presence, and the Romans also inhabited the area.

During the Middle Ages, the Church took possession of this place and built a pilgrimage chapel there.

The view from the summit plateau is magnificent. A truly magical place..

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The so-called Witches` Dance Ground on Mont St. Michel above the village of Saint-Jean Saverne in Alsace, France (not to be confused with the mountain of the same name in Normandy).

The summit plateau consists of a more than impressive rock massif, from which this circular area was carved out. A few meters directly below this basin is the Fairy Grotto, a cave with mysterious traces from long ago. Among them is a sarcophagus-like depression chiseled into the ground, called the Witch`s Hole, that is just large enough for a person to lie in.

According to the legend, this place was the home of witches in the past.

The mountain was probably revered as a druidic cult site in the time of the Celts, and it is very likely that the history of settlement goes back even further. Numerous traces in the wide surroundings testify to an early human presence, and the Romans also inhabited the area.

During the Middle Ages, the Church took possession of this place and built a pilgrimage chapel there.

The view from the summit plateau is magnificent. A truly magical place..

#WitchesHome #DruidicCultSite #CelticHistory #AncientSettlement #PilgrimageChapel #MagicalPlace #SummitView #HistoricSite #MysteriousTraces #MontStMichel #SaintJeanSaverne #ancientcivilization #ancientworld #celts
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