Visikums Secular Stone - Breakfast Table of Peter I
The size of the boulder according to the data of the Latvian Petroglyph Centre:
Height 1,3 m
Length 4,4 m
Width 3,4 m
Circumference 14,2 m
Area ~10 m³
Legend has it that during the Great Northern War around the beginning of the 1700s, Tsar Peter I of Russia travelled to occupied Riga. On the way back to Saint Petersburg, the tsar wanted to have breakfast. At that time, the road to Russia passed through Visikums, and the breakfast table for the tsar was laid on this red large crystal granite stone.