Man-made symmetrical circles are now common in Indonesia as new work has been found in Magelang, Central Java. The spot is not far from the location where two other designs were found in Berbah, Sleman, and Piyungan, Bantul. The latter two are of similar patterns having the diameter of 70 meters and 25 meters respectively.
According to police spokesperson at Tegalrejo Police Station, Magelang, the so-called crop circle is spotted on a rice field in Banyusari, Tegalrejo Subdistrict, Magelang, by Muhaimin, a student at Hidayatul Muhtadin Islamic Boarding School, on Saturday morning, Jan 29.
Arif said the crop circle consists of 5 circles in which the third one is of jagged edges having a diameter of 2.5 meters.
based from : vivanews.com