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Here you may also discover another wonder of the gypsum weathering zone – gypsum tumuli. Gypsum tumuli are morphological forms known from many places on earth, formed as small domed landforms of relief, with a diameter of several decimeters to several meters and a height exceeding 1 m, formed by detachment of the surface layer of weathering gypsum rocks under semi-arid climate or microclimate conditions.