We all know the famous statues built by the Rapanui on Easter Island moai those stunning solid stone carved in the shape of face and carefully placed them side to another in long rows in a mystical and mysterious landscape. This type of landscape formed by imposing statues of rock, whether or not carved, is repeated many times in several islands, making it a typical scenario of the Indian Ocean. Another case is further known Stonehenge, where the imposing rock chips placed circular in shape and still use is unknown, although it is believed it had to do with performing rituals. What many people do not know is that they need to travel to the Indian Ocean to see a fascinating and surreal spectacle. In Russia, in the taiga, north of the Urals is Manpupunior Plateau, a place where the rocky landscape is repeated, but here it is nature that has carved capriciously. Seven statues reaching 40 meters high formed by natural erosion. In addition, this plateau sports tourism develops much so if you are interested in a destination that goes beyond the typical quiet and picturesque village, Plateau de Manpupunior awaits.