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It’s interesting to see this huge stone making its way from Finland during the ice age meltdown era, however you won’t spend long time there, you are likely to make your way to the tree rooftop walk which is much cooler.
Visited on Saturday around lunch time. Place was busy in car park with tourists but park was quiet. Puntukas stone is 100m walk from car park, coffee area beside car park. Beautiful surroundings. You can take train ride around park for small fee. Laku Takas...More
07 July, 2017.
The Puntukas Stone is an interesting artifact in the Sventas
River Cognitive Path, a forested area. This is said to be the
second largest stone in the small country, a glacial remnant.
I went to visit this place with my gracious hosts....More
1) important to Lithuania history;
2) children like go around this big stone:
3) close to this place, just some km you can visit brother of this stone;
4) in front of stone made monument for two Lithuanian pilots who in 1933 first to cross...More
Stone Puntukas is the second largest boulder in Lithuania (but the most known and visited). The legend says that Puntukas was carried by the devil who wanted to use it for demolishing Anyksciai church. However, the rooster crowed, the devil lost Puntukas, and it rolled...More