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It is Estonia's second largest glacial erratic (glacier moved bolder) Kabelikivi ("Chapel Rock") is located in Muuga. The bolder is 18.7 m long, 14.9 m wide and 6.4 m high, aboveground volume is 728 m³.

Glaciers once covered all the Baltic States and only left for good in about 10,000-9,000 BC.

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