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Giant’s Causeway in Ireland is a sight to be seen, which is why it has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visited by half a million tourists every year…
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Source: A ‘giant’ sense of wonder
We had an amazing day today visiting the Giant’s Causeway, a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in Northern Ireland. It’s a natural wonder of the world because of its geological formation. This is the…
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The Giant’s Causeway, the 173 acres of hexagonal basalt columns that hug the Antrim coast of Northern Ireland, has long been a source of wonder and mystery. How could nature have formed such perfect geometry? Scientists finally have the answer.
Named both a National Nature Reserve and a UNESCO World Heritage site, the Giant’s Causeway offers international and local visitors a big cause for exploration. Spanning over 65 hectares, there is much to see and explore at this geological site. Scientists believe the pattern-like formation came about as a result of a volcano erupting and letting out a steady flow of liquid magma, which cooled and left behind what has now become one of the most talked about and visited naturally-formed marvels in the world.