Tuesday, July 28, 2009


The Martinsloch (Martin's Hole) is a hole nearly round hole of about 15 m in diameter in the Tschingelhörner, just below the ridge, the boundary between the Swiss cantons of Glarus and Graubünden forms. The hole is located at an altitude of approximately 2,600 meters and is aligned so that in spring and autumn, the morning sun through the hole in the place Elm seems down. In Elm, the church was so constructed that the church through this hole from the sun can be.
The hole was created by Martin geological faults.


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