given you a few to get on with, hope this helps
A limestone situated high up on the parapet of the Blarney castle near Cork, Ireland. When this particular limestone is kissed, it will endow its kisser with the gift of persuasive eloquence
Rock of Gibraltar
Situated on the south end of Europe of the Iberian Peninsula, lying at the junction of the Mediterranean and the Altantic. Considered as one of the Pillars of Hercules
The broad desert plains in central Australia of the Northern Territory. Holds great religious and cultural significance to the Aboriginal people of the area.
Zhejiang province atop the island mountain of Putuo. It seems to be standing on top of another rock by the smallest contact point and very much likely to fall but has been firmly in place for millenia.
Salisbury Plain near Amesbury U.K. How and why this megalithic monument was constructed has remained a mystery
On top of a hill near Sha Tin in Kowloon Hongkong. According to legend, it was where a fisherman’s wife faithfully waited with her son for her husband, who never returned, so the gods took pity on her by turning her into stone.
Hyden town in Western Australia. It is shaped like a giant wave that is just about to break onto a 2.7 trillion-year-old prehistoric surf, but frozen in time.
Dartmoor Great Britain. According to a local folklore, a Norman hunter went out with his hounds so engrossed in chasing hares that they accidentally crashed into a coven of witches disrupting their ceremony; the witches in revenge turned him into stone.
Flowerpot Rocks/The Hopewell Rocks
Upper reaches of the Bay of Fundy at Hopewell Cape near Moncton, New Brunswick. Caused by tidal erosion. The tides vary from day to day, the high tide can be as high as 46 feet (14 meters) giving The Hopewell Rocks the world record for the highest average tides in the world.