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The Kraujeliai Stone, also known as the Holy Stone, is a state-protected mythological cultural heritage object. It is located near Kraujeliai village, in Molėtai district. It is a natural gray-brown boulder, made of fine-grained granite. The stone is shaped like an irregular triangular, and stands about 3 m long, 2.5 m wide, and 1 m high. A number of place legends have been written about it - mostly about the stone being very gluttonous, - it ate cows, sheep, a lamb, a birch tree standing next to it, and even a shepherd! When the priest consecrated, some of the stone fused to the ground.