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Sunday, December 6, 2020

Mysterious places around the world


Fingal’s Cave, Inner Hebrides, Scotland, UK

A volcanic wonder on the Isle of Staffa, Fingal’s Cave is formed of neat, hexagonal, basalt columns that look like they’ve been carefully placed by hand. They’re actually the work of Mother Nature, and the very same lava flow that carved out the famed Giant’s Causeway across the water. Even so, plenty maintain that this striking sea cave and its Irish cousin were the work of giants.

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