The Kummakivi Balancing Rock and its Unlikely Explanation in Finnish Folklore

A photo of the Kummakivi Balancing Rock.

The Kummakivi Balancing Rock is a natural feature found in a scenic forest region of Ruokolahti, a municipality in the region of South Karelia, in the southeastern part of Finland. This feature consists of two boulders, one perched precariously on the top of the other.

Source: Ancient Origins

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