Rick D. says it’s in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.

Sokehs Rock, or Paipalap, juts out and towers over the northern extreme of Sokehs Island. About five hundred feet from base to summit, the massive basalt formation is easily the most impressive natural formation on Pohnpei. Very similar also to Diamondhead. The profile resembles Yosemite’s signature landmark. However it is much much thinner. A rope has been strung along the route to the top to provide some support (mostly psychological).

Click the link to see the uncanny resemblance.

Wikipedia has an interesting entry on the Micronesian state that governs the island. I had no luck finding int on Google Earth.