Stone wonders of Russia

Pillars of weathering Man-Pupu-Ner or the Seven Strong Men Rock Formations of the Komi Republic are a set of 7 gigantic abnormally shaped stone pillars located north of the Ural mountains in the Troitsko-Pechorsky District of the Komi Republic. These monoliths are real Stone wonders of Russia, around 30 to 42 m high. 

Camel Hill (Verblyuzhka Mountain, Russian – Верблюжка) is located in the Orenburg region, 9 km south-east of the village Vostochny on the left bank of the East ephemeral stream Aschisu. It is an outlier quartzite rock up to 20 meters.

Stone Fungus are a unique monuments of nature.The stone sculptures resemble mushrooms, they are in Altai Mountains, the valley Chulyshman, gorge Ak-Qurum.

Complex on Mount Vottovaara,Karelia. Vottovaara mountain — one of the most mysterious places on Earth.Mount Vottovaara — a complex of ancient stone structures known as seids — hanging or flying stones. The scale of the complex is amazing — over hundreds of large and small rocks form a complex system of geometric shapes and mazes. The size of the complex is much higher than all the public in Europe and Scandinavia, places of worship.

So far, the inquisitive researcher can find in the remote corners of the Karelian taiga sites that do not fit into the system of logical representations of modern man. One of these monuments — a set on Mount Vottovaara. Mount Vottovaara Karelia superstitious people consider the place the focus of evil forces and the bridge to the other world: here grow ugly trees, almost no fauna, lakes dead. One name in the people it is worth: Death Mountain.

In recent years, Death Mountain has become a place of pilgrimage for followers of different mystical trends, claiming that it is — a place the focus of evil forces and the bridge to the other world. Side of the mountain is a stone terraces overgrown with moss. Pine and spruce interspersed with old logging and traces of forest fires. Tops — this rocky plateau, in some places covered with trees and bizarre heights. For example, old, one hundred and two hundred year old pine trees and is not higher than two meters. And when you see the local birch, it seems as if some unknown force especially their spin.

Lena Pillars — a geological formation and the eponymous national park in Russia, on the banks of the Lena River in Khangalassky District, Yakutia, 104 km from the town of Pokrovsky. Lena Pillars are stretching for miles complex vertically elongated rocks fancifully piled along the Lena River, a deep valley cut through Lena plateau. The highest density of poles reach between the villages of Peter and Tit-Ary. Rock formations, whose height reaches 100 meters, composed of Cambrian limestone. 


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