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Osprey catches , Shot taken is Scotland's Cairngorms national park.By Lee Fisher
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Why did Europeans build the mysterious ‘Erdstall’ tunnels?
These unexplained passages number in the thousands, and are located in a mix of European countries. There are around 2,000 known erdstall tunnels throughout Europe, with the highest concentrations in Bavaria (some 700), and Austria (another 500). They have also been found in France and Great Britain. Nobody seems to know anything about their origins or what they were used for.
An erdstall system is made up of narrow tunnels that have been carved into a smooth, ovular shape, aligned either vertically or horizontally. The passages are tight, measuring only a few feet tall by a few feet wide. Some of them contain crude structures that could have been benches, although who would have wanted to sit there in the dark is anybody's guess. These weird tunnels have only one point of entry and exit, usually around old settlements, or even hidden in the wilderness. There is very little air flow in these passages.
Most likely the tunnels were created during the Middle Ages, as far back as the 12th century, but the complete lack of archaeological evidence found in the barren underground passages makes them difficult to date. Even stranger is the fact that there are no historical records that contain any known account of the tunnels’ construction.
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