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Stone grave
The "Stone Grave" or "Rocky Mound" ("Kamena Mohyla" in Ukrainian) is the most famous attraction in the entire region. This natural rock formation was formed millions of years ago, creating what appeared to be one enormous "stone grave." Later, early humans used the mound as a religious site, sacrificing animals atop one of the central stones. Today, visitors are free to climb all over the mound, like an enormous stone jungle-jim. You can crawl through sandy caves underneath or picnic in the scenic grassy fields around it. Be sure to ask someone where the cave paintings are. They're hidden in little crannies and caves and can be rather hard to find, but, because these "paintings" were actually carved into the rocks themselves, are still very impressively well-preserved. There are many legends about this place. It is surrounded by mystery
Image uploaded:
Jun 18, 2009
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