Stone Puntukas is the second largest boulder in Lithuania.
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 into the wood. The portraits of two Lithuanian pilots who were the first to cross Atlantic Ocean were engraved on it in 1943. It is 23 feet long, 22 feet wide, and 19 feet high.
Together with such a story, this stone looks really very impressive. It proves that Lithuanians respect and cherish their folklore. Almost each place in Lithuania has its own legend which attracts the tourists from all around the world. When you visit Lithuania try to learn some of them, it will enrich your knowledge about this beautiful country.