The Giant’s causeway – Northern Ireland

The Giant’s causeway is a natural phenomenon in Northern Ireland: 40,000 basalt blocks, left after a volcanic eruption. t is also known as Clochán an Aifir or Clochán na bhFomhórach in Irish and tha Giant’s Causey in Ulster Scots. It has been a world heritage site since 1986 .IerlandPasen-471-bewerktmergedmiddelgroot IerlandPasen-512merged with PMP-bewerktmergedmiddelgroot IerlandPasen-448middelgroot IerlandPasen-447middelgroot IerlandPasen-445middelgroot IerlandPasen-332middelgroot IerlandPasen-408middelgroot IerlandPasen-406middelgroot IerlandPasen-402middelgroot IerlandPasen-398middelgroot IerlandPasen-480-bewerktmergedmiddelgrootIerlandPasen-433middelgroot IerlandPasen-477-bewerktmergedmiddelgrootIerlandPasen-425-bewerktmiddelgroot IerlandPasen-286-bewerktmiddelgroot

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