The Cordillera de la Gran Piedra, also known as Sierra de la Gran Piedra, in the east of the capital city Santiago de Cuba forms part of Cuba's greenest and most biodiverse mountain range. It is famous for a large rock, known as La Gran Piedra, measuring 51 m long, 25 m high, and 30 m wide. Its estimated weight is more than 63 thousand tons and marks the highest Point of the mountain range.
Cuba 1966, La Gran Piedra.
The stamp was issued in the series "Tourism".
Cuba 2006, Sierra de la Gran Piedra.
The stamp was issued in the series "Exposición Mundial de Filatelia, Málaga".