Piedra Movediza was a 300-ton granite rock located in Tandil, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Also known as "The Moving Rock," it fascinated tourists because of its unbalanced position. It teetered on the edge of La Movediza Hill until it fell in 1912. The original rock broke into three pieces and is presently sitting at the base of the hill.
In 2007, a replica of the rock was put in the same place as the original. It is one of the biggest symbols of Tandil. It is called Litico Park Piedra Movediza. The inauguration was attended by President Nestor Kirchner and First Lady Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner among other dignitaries.Places nearby:
Complejo Cerro El Centinela the quiet and scenic hilltop park outside Tandil 5 km / 3 mi
Playa Grande: Perhaps Argentina's Best Beach 163 km / 101 mi
Playa Varese: A Relaxing Paradise in Mar Del Plata 164 km / 102 mi
Museo de la Plata: Preserving the Natural History of Argentina 289 km / 179 mi
Plaza de Mayo: Buenos Aires Plaza of Hope and Independence 308 km / 191 mi