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A Giant’s kettle at Leine, Vennis. Vang i Valdres. Norway.
A Giant’s kettle is also known as giant’s cauldron or pothole, is a cavity or hole which appears to have been drilled in the surrounding rocks by eddying currents of water bearing stones, gravel and other detrital matter.

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