Uluru, also known as Ayer’s Rock, is the holly place of the Anangu people in Australia.  It is a large, sandstone rock formation. Almost no vegetation grows on its sides which are marked by rain grooves, caves, and pools. One of its strangest features is that it seems to almost magically change colours and glow as light hits it from different angles.


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