Adalary Rocks in Gurzuf Bay

Adalary Rocks in Gurzuf Bay
«Adalary Rocks in Gurzuf Bay»

View from a guest house in Gurzuf on the famous rocks Adalary (Two Twin-Cliffs) with an edge of mountain Au-Dag (Bear Mountain) in early spring morning at the South coast of Crimean Peninsula.

Adalary rocks remind miniature Gothic castles and the distance between them is about 40 (130 ft) meters. The name “Adalary” translated from Turkic means island. The height of the first (at the left) - 35 meters and a height of the second (at the right) - 48 meters. Long ago, these rocks have been connected with the shore, there was a natural bridge. But over time, the sea water destroyed the bridge under water and now visible only by their remains, covered with algae. About Adalary rocks go different legends as well.

Photo #005 taken on May 02, 2017

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