Duelling Peaks is one of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's most notable landmarks, and it would appear that it was inspired by a real mountain in Japan.
The mountain is split down the middle just like the one in the video game and is found on Sado island, located off the west coast of Japan.
While we don't know for sure, it would seem that someone on the Breath of the Wild design team has visited Sado previously.
The photographer who noticed this striking similarity preferred to remain nameless, but told Kotaku:
...maybe there are lots more Duelling Peaks or other Zelda-esque locations in the world and readers will add their photos in the comments
What do you think? Are there more locations in the game which have real-world equivalents? Let us know if there are any that stick out in your mind.