Champagnestenen (The champagne rock) is a large rock at 6,6 tons in rapakivi granite. This type of rock stems from Åland, which is located between Sweden and Finland. Champagnestenen is in a fenced in field and hilltop about 300 meters north of Agri Bavnehøj. A participant at a public tour told that the rock was at Poskærvej 46 in the 1950’s just below the surface in a field, and every summer, the rock left burnt spot in the crops. At some point in time, it was removed. It was moved down to the rock pile near the vicarage barn. About 1985, when Mold Bjerge was protected, the barn and rock pile was removed. The truck operator was asked to move them to its present location, where there is a fantastic view towards north-west, north, and north-east.
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