Varna's Pobiti Kamuni
Pobiti Kamuni is a group of stone formations near the coastal city of Varna. The villages of Slunchevo, Banovo and Strashimirovo are situated nearby.
Rocks have been scattered throughout quite a large area and the formations have been divided into several groups.
Scientists cannot agree on the origin of the rocks and some believe they originated from coral formations (organic) while other think that erosion shaped the phenomena (non-organic).
Rocks resemble columns. The height varies and the tallest ones reach five meters. The diameter of formations is also different.
Most of the columns are hollow inside and have been filled with sand. Since some rocks resemble shapes, people have given them names like Stone Soldiers, The Camel, The Throne, The Stone Forest.
Pobiti Kamuni was named a nature landmark in 1937.