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Friday, 26 May 2017

The Trembling Rock of Huelgoat Forest, France

Huelgoat, a place located in  the region of Brittany, France. It is known as "forest closed ", filled with natural landscape and it is the remains of the ancient and mythical forest of Broceliande, The ancient forest covers about 1000 hectares. One of the most impressive boulders is trembling rock (La Roche Tremblante). This huge granite stone weighs 137 tonnes and is 7 meters in length. It is pivoted in such a way that it can be moved if you know the right place to push. These huge lumps of granite are also known as Logan stones. which make the area very popular for tourism and make this place even more special.


The Trembling rock weighs 137 tonnes and is 7 meters in length. It is pivoted in such a way that it can be moved if you know the right place to push. These huge lumps of granite are also known as Logan stones.
Photo by wikimedia.org

Trembling rock is pivot on a point of support, which keeps it stable and static, but also allows anyone, regardless of its strength, knowing the point where to push, can make the rock stagger slightly up and down, as if on a rocker. This type of rocks, of which there are other examples in the area, were much appreciated by the Druids, who considered them a symbol of the balance of the Universe .



The Trembling rock weighs 137 tonnes and is 7 meters in length. It is pivoted in such a way that it can be moved if you know the right place to push. These huge lumps of granite are also known as Logan stones.
Photo by wikimedia.org

The Trembling rock weighs 137 tonnes and is 7 meters in length. It is pivoted in such a way that it can be moved if you know the right place to push. These huge lumps of granite are also known as Logan stones.

The Trembling rock weighs 137 tonnes and is 7 meters in length. It is pivoted in such a way that it can be moved if you know the right place to push. These huge lumps of granite are also known as Logan stones.

The Trembling rock weighs 137 tonnes and is 7 meters in length. It is pivoted in such a way that it can be moved if you know the right place to push. These huge lumps of granite are also known as Logan stones.



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