On our beautiful planet we find many curious and rare things. As for example, today I bring you a curious collection of the rarest rocks in the world. Do you want to know where they are and how they are? I leave the photographs. Suggestions are accepted ...
Moon Valley (Argentina)
The place known as the Valley of the Moon, for its apparent similarity to a landscape of another planet, is a protected area for the preservation and study of curious geological formations, fauna, flora and fossils.
Rock with Shadows (Utah from USA)
The photo shows the rock in the form of an awl with the shadow of the Bridger-Jack mountain under the early morning sun, and the Lavender Cayon Valley filled with purple. This is the Wingate sandstone formation that took shape 200 million years ago due to sedimentation, when there were sandy dunes several hundred feet high in the area. The formation is called as the rugged motañosa area never seen, where you can only see rocks, rocky caves, slopes and lowlands.
Rocky Peaks (Australia)
The karst formation in the form of peaks is located in the Namberg National Park, west of Australia. The rocks are formed of limestone and its sandstone base.
Stone Mushrooms (Egypt)
The rocky fungi of Egypt is one of the most famous rock formations of this kind in the world, also referred to as a rocky foundation formed by severe erosion and weathering. There are generally stone mushrooms in deserts that have taken shape as a result of stronger weathering at the base of the rock.
Perce Rock (Canada)
That of Perce, one of the largest arch rock formations in the world, previously had two arches, and on June 17, 1845, one of the two collapsed. Although only one arch remains, 15 meters high, the stage remains one of the seven most pincoresco places in Canada
Ayers Rock (Australia)
Ayers Rock, a sandstone formation 470 kilometers from the city of Alice Sprins, Australia, is 1,142 feet high from the sandy ground and six miles perimeter. It is a symbol of Australia and one of the few huge rocky formations in the world. The Ayers Rock changes its color from red to brown as the displacement of the shadow under the sun from dawn to dusk. It is a place of pilgrimage of the local native inhabitants. There are still wall paintings with mysterious motifs at the foot of the rock. According to scholars, Ayers was formed 500 to 600 million years ago. It has a very smooth surface because it had been submerged in the sea. It looks like a monument if you tell it from afar.
The delicate Rocky Arch (Utah of the USA)
The most famous rocky arch in the world is located in the Arches National Park, Utah in the United States. The rocky formation with a miraculous glow is the only arch-shaped rock in the region. Utah always takes it as the state symbol.
The Arc of Baja California Sur (Mexico)
The Arc is located at the junction of the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean, The Arc, as the name implies, is a geological formation with an opening in the middle. There are only two identical formations in the Pacific Ocean that dazzle with their originality and wonderful surroundings.
Stone Tree (Bolivia)
The Arbol de Piedra, a volcanic rock formation by the sandy wind, is located on the Bolivia Plateau, one of the most picturesque places in the world.
Rock in undulating form (Arizona of the USA)
The excellent sandstone formation is located in The Wave of the Coyote Buttes, Arizona area of the United States, referred to as “undulating rock”. It is necessary to travel 4.8 kilometers to access The Wave at 107 meters high, where there is only that rock formation.
The Golden Rock (Burma)
The golden rock in the Mon region of Burma is a place of Buddhist pilgrimage. The Kyaitiyo Pagoda, 1.55 meters high, stands on top of the golden rock, a granite covered with "gold leaves" that for hundreds of years the faithful believers have been sticking. The strange thing about the stage consists in the apparent instability of the rock, which when it precedes, would be about to fall.
Split apple-shaped rock (New Zealand)
The rock is famous for its very strange geological formation and is located on an island south of New Zealand. The Split Apple Rock is located in the Abel Tasman National Park, a famous tourist destination.
Huayllay Stone Forest (Peru)
At the heart of the Andean plateau and 4,000 meters above sea level is the largest stone forest in the world, one of the amazing natural wonders almost unknown in Peru. The National Sanctuary of Huayllay, 350 kilometers east of Lima and close to the city of Cerro de Pasco, mining capital of Peru, has 6,815 hectares and gathers more than 4,000 rock formations that resemble gigantic human profiles, such as the walker or thinker, and animals, such as the turtle, the alpaca, the condor and the elephant