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"Giant’s Causeway" in Northern Ireland

by Yoonkyong Song
(Saitama, Japan)

Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland

Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland

The Giant’s Causeway is a place in Northern Ireland where it’s possible to see about 40,000 columns of basalt resulting from an ancient volcanic eruption. It developed during the Paleogene period (between 23-65 million years ago).

The Giant's Causeway is today owned and managed by the National Trust. Also, it is a very famous place in Northern Ireland. As a matter of fact, it is the most popular tourist attraction in Northern Ireland.

I was very impressed with some pictures of Giant’s Causeway. That is an unbelievable sight. And I have never seen anything like this before.

In the Bible, it says “God created the heaven and the earth.” I think God did a great job in his art activities.

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