Read our collection of articles relating to lifting stones, their locations, and cultures.
The heaviest lifting stone in Japan, lifted by the strongest sumo wrestler of the Edo period.
An enormous stone said to have been lifted by 'the giant of Seljord' Sterke Nils.
A 398.5 kg stone lifted by an 18 year old circa 1889.
A heavy Norwegian stone carried by the fisherman Eidis Hansen.
A compilation of the heaviest lifting stones that we know of.
A large plinth sits next to a road awaiting its saddle stone to be balanced on top.
A Saxon boundary stone that was once lifted by Willie Carr, "Hercules of the north".
At the end of a stone grave in the ruins of a church sits the Barevan stone. But why is it there?
On the black beaches surrounding Dritvík there lies a ship wreck and four stones reminding us of the area's past as a fishing station.
This ancient test of loading the stone on the plinth was revived in 2011 when a replacement stone was found for the Pudrac plinth.
South Korea's Jeju island has a stone lifting past that is unknown to most. Does the lost culture still exist?
Help free the soul of a farmer by walking this stone around his grave.
Plan your stone lifting trip to Iceland with our Icelandic lifting stone directory!
Where exactly are the Scottish Lifting Stones?
The well-balanced stone sits in a village that has been a popular resting stop for travellers for hundreds of years.
This egg-shaped Welsh stone is the heaviest traditional stone in the British Isles.
Known across the strength world, this pair of legendary ringed stones is known for their immense challenges.
This 1.5m pillar of basalt is said the be the finger of a great Icelandic giant.
The legendary Icelandic stone used as a gate to a sheep pen.
Named after Marjun, a housemaid who is said to have lifted the giant 287.5kg slab.
Sat outside of a cottage next to the River Dee in Scotland is the Inver Stone - an oval shaped granite stone. Arguably one of the most famous lifting stones.