Mount Roraima, Venezuela

Mount Roraima, a tabletop mountain, tepuy or mesa that has sheer walls reaching about 1200 feet from the savanna floor is where many stories are created. The mountain, the highest point in Guyana, touches the borders of Venezuela, Brazil and Guyana. Roraima is also part of the oldest geological chain of rocks on the planet, formed during the Precambrian age about two billion years ago.