Tri Brata (Russian: Три Брата; literally: "three brothers") is a set of three rocks at the entrance to the Avacha Bay. This picturesque stack, or kekur, is considered a symbol of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky.
Local lore suggests that they are three brothers who went to defend the town from a tsunami and turned to stone.
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