The rock cudgel of Hercules is a remarkable limestone formation in Poland that looks partly twisted. The Maczuga Herkulesa rock in Ojców National Park seems partly similar to the awe inspiring Russian stacks on their small mountain of the (Rock) Idols.
Maczuga Herkulesa is a tall (30 meters) limestone stack situated in Ojców National Park near Pieskowa Skała, north of Kraków in southern Poland. Its name, in Polish, means the cudgel (or bludgeon) of Hercules, due to its distinctive shape.
Maczuga Herkulesa | wikipedia
Twisting my melons man
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