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There are 17 off the beaten path places tagged weird stones:

Hiidenkirnut - the Devil's Churns of Lapland

Hiidenkirnut are huge potholes in the rocky surface, which appear to have been drilled. They formed during the end of the Ice Age, about 10,000 years ago, and later inspired many legends and tales…
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The Blue Desert

The Blue Desert is Jean Verame's work of art, commemorating Egyptian-Israeli peace agreement, created in 1980. The monument features giant boulders in the desert painted blue, symbolizing peace.

Karlu Karlu, the Devil's Marbles

Devil's Marbles Conservation Reserve, located 100km south of Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory, Australia, has huge boulders scattered around, which are called Karlu Karlu and are part of the…
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Mølen beach - the ancient burial site, Larvik

Mølen beach combines an amazing landscape and history - this used to be the burial site since the most recent Ice age, 10 000 years ago through 250 A.D.

Trovants - the living rocks of Romania

Trovants of Costesti might as well be an unknown inorganic form of life - these rocks grow when exposed to water, and multiply similarly to an unicellular organism.

The mysterious black rocks of Pungo Andongo

The Black Rocks of Pungo Andongo are huge monoliths standing in the middle of savannah - no one really knows how they ended up there. They are also said to possess magical powers.

The growing stone crosses of Turau

The growing stone crosses in Turau, Belarus, remain an unexplainable phenomena - they are said to be of pagan descent and able to perform miracles. Science has not yet solved this mystery, and the…

Tsingy de Bemaraha - the stone forest of Madagascar

Tsingy de Bemaraha is a vast stone forest with sharp spikes and endemic plants and animals, some of them not yet described by the scientists. The name of the park literally means "a place where one…
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