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These structures are built above ground and are supported by wooden stilts. A circular stone slab, forming an overhang, is intercalated between the stilts and the granary to prevent rodents from gaining access to the grain or fodder reserves.
Raccards in Saas-Fee
Raccard in Grimentz - a view of the stone slabs which prevent rodent incursions.
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