The Great Devil's Mill in the Harz is a granite rock group on the southwestern flank of the Viktorshöhe near Friedrichsbrunn in the district of Harz, Saxony-Anhalt. It is designated as a natural monument. The highest point at about 567 m above sea level. NHN located at about 581 m above sea level. NN. 
The rocks from the granite of the Rambergs consist of igneous rocks from the time of the Variscan orogeny in the Upper Carboniferous and Lower Permian. It shows the typical Wollsackverwitterungen (also known as mattress weathering) and is under conservation.
Due to its shape, a legend developed around the cliff, which connects it with the remains of a devil-owned mill.
The Great Devil's Mill is included as No. 189 in the system of the postmarks of the Harzer hiking aristocracy. Just under 150 m northeast is the Kleine Teufelsmühle (♁⊙, at about 577 m above sea level).
September 1, 2017
Stones are stacked in the middle of the forest, apparently not without a plan. And still, that's the way it is! So deep in the forest, these small cliffs exude a mystical charm. In summer you can collect delicious blueberries here. A few meters up is the Little Devil's Mill.
July 26, 2016
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