I know there was a question like this, but they're not the same.
I've got a sentence:
Stonehedge, on the other (side/hand), was a permanent symbol of afterlife.
I know that "on the other hand" is widely used but I've also heard "side".
Also, the common usage is
on one hand, ..., on the other hand, ...
..., on the other hand, ...
That's the reason I would choose "on the other side".
So is it correct to use "on the other side"? And which variant suits it better? It's an exam question and I'm trying to figure out if task was correct.
Looking forward to your responses. Thanks.