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Beth Stanton Wycuff
Beth Stanton Wycuff • 48 weeks ago

Columns of basalt near Fingal's Cave on the Scottish Island of Staffa.

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Located in Scottish island of Staffa, the Cave of Melody translates from the Gaelic name ‘Uamh-Binn.’ The cave’s other name – the more common one – is the Fingal’s Cave. The cave is formed out of basalt shaped in a hexangular form. This strange cave is known for its naturally occurring strange noises and curved roof.

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