domingo, 4 de octubre de 2015

Giant´s causeway (Compulsory)

         If you are looking for an interesting and historical place to visit, I would definitely recommend   Giant´s Causeway. It is situated on the coast of Northern Ireland in County Antrim and is the result of a volcanic eruption that formed these strange looking hexagonal columns 60 million years ago. It is a beautiful place, with it´s own kind of charm and for that reason and many more it was named as the fourth greatest natural wonder in the UK. The columns are made out of besalt, some are tall and thin, yet others, especially the columns that are situated around the bottom, are smaller and look more like blocks.
There are different legends surrounding Giant´s Causeway. According to one legend, the rocks are the remainder of a fight between two huge giants that started throwing rocks at each other. While another legend involves a love story between two giants that built it as a bridge between Ireland and Scotland.
If you ever get the chance to visit this magical and mystical natural wonder, make the most of it and go!

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