Pierre-Percée

The Pierre-Percée by Courgenay (French Pierre-Percée, German Lochstein) is a stone with a soul hole. The megalith is in the village of Courgenay in the Swiss canton of Jura.

Pierre-Percée

The Pierre-Percée by Courgenay (French Pierre-Percée, German Lochstein) is a stone with a soul hole. The megalith is in the village of Courgenay in the Swiss canton of Jura.

Pierre-Percée is 2.5 m high, 2.3 m wide and around 50 cm thick and consists of kimmeridgium lime. The axes of the oval soul hole are 35 and 41 cm. The Pierre-Percée appears to be the original access stone to a dolmen covered by a tumulus. No bones or other remains were found.

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