Wolfsegg Iron

The Wolfsegg Iron, also known as the The Salzburg Cube, is a small block of iron that was found buried in a coal seam in Wolfsegg, Austria, in 1865. It weighs 785 grams and measures 67 x 67 x 47mm and has a "deep incision" running around its circumference. It is said to be an OOPArt (Out Of Place Artifact). The Wolfsegg Iron is currently kept at the Heimathaus Museum in Vöcklabruck, Austria. This is where the attached photo was taken.


  • Nature (1886-11-11) V35, p36

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