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The Kaali Craters are a group of nine craters in the town of Kaali on the island of Saaremaa in the western part of Estonia. The craters are a result of meteorites which are thought to have impacted the area around 1530–1450 BC. The largest crater has a width of 110 meters and a depth of 22 meters. The craters are part of local mythology, and the lake created from the largest crater is considered to be sacred. Picture © Credits to istock/leskas