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Rock - Bloody stool
Russia
On the east coast of the Petrozavodsk bay of Lake Onega in the suburbs Solomennoe adjacent to the city of Petrozavodsk. Bloody stool is a geological monument of nature . Traditional place of rest of the townspeople A good view of the city as a place for picnics townspeople used since the XIX century. Two parts - Upper and Lower. The name given to a giant hole in the thick rock fell from a piece - formed a kind of chair, chair, facing the lake. There is a belief - if you sit down at the end and make a wish will come true. Bloody stool - a classical object for studying the history of the Earth. In coastal outcrops and in rocky ledges at 250 m from the shore are outlets of volcanic formations Suysar volcanic complex. The picturesque rocky outcrops formed by products of the eruption: lava ball with well-preserved structures and textures, higher agglomerate tuffs occur in the upper part - the lava flows from variolitovymb structures.
Copyright: Dmitry Mershukov
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Geüpload: 12/01/2012
Geüpdatet: 17/10/2014
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Tags: rock; bloody stool; russia; karelia; petrozavodsk; solomennoe; onego; forest; snow; winter; lake; озеро; лес; снег; зима; Онежское озеро; Петрозаводск; Карелия; россия; Чёртов стул
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