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  • Dianne Parnell

    Love this, on my bucket list of places to visit

  • Angela LeDrew

    Fingal's Cave, Scotland...part of it scares the crap outta me but it's still beautiful in a very natural way

  • Claudia Vallejo

    Fingal's Cave, Scotland ... #photography #fotografia #images #imagenes #beautifulplaces # places #lugares #lugar #hermosolugar #mountain #river #rio #nature #naturaleza #cueva #tunel #tunnel #rocks #rocas #piedas #stones #cave

  • Irene Corcoran

    Fingal's Cave, on the island of Staffa off the west coast of Scotland, is a sea cave formed within Tertiary basalt lava flows which have cooled to form hexagonal columns. There is a path in on one side which involves stepping from the top of one column to the next. Its size and naturally arched roof, and the eerie sounds produced by the echoes of waves, give it the atmosphere of a natural cathedral. The cave's Gaelic name, Uamh-Binn, means "cave of melody".

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Scotland.I want to visit here one day.Please check out my website thanks.