There are lots of monolithic formations all over the world. However, some of them are quite gigantic that we can only admire them. Most of these monoliths have been creatively transformed by nature over the years.
This limestone promontory, located in southwestern Europe, was one of the Pillars of Hercules. It was also know to the Romans as Mons Calpe. It's upper area is home to hundreds of Barbary macaques that live in the nature reserve. Can you name this place?
The 3 Pillars of Hercules! Casares - birthplace of Blas Infante the man known as the father of Andalucian Nationalism - with Gibraltar and Jebel Musa in the distance (bottom left of image). One of the most breathtaking views in Europe!
The map is oriented with east at the top and Jerusalem in the center. The Pope is shown in the walled city of Rome. Asian and African countries are noted by hills surrounded by water. The extent of the known world reaches to Taprobana, Ethiopia, Tartary and the Sea of the Amazons. The Pillars of Hercules are shown at the bottom of the map. In lieu of Adam & Eve, two priestly figures are shown in a garden at the top of the map. The outline of Europe and the Mediterranean, along with the na...
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Islamic map: The three circles in the map represent the islands of Sicily, Corsica, and Cyprus At the left, the 'triangle' bears the phrase 'The Pillars of Hercules', an ancient name for the Straits of Gibraltar Ergo the landmass above the 'Pillars' is Southern Europe. All of it, quite frankly, lumped together.