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What is Giant's Causeway
Giant's Causeway is a spectacular rock formation on the Antrim coast of Northern Ireland. The site consists of some 40,000 basalt columns rising out of the sea. The Giant's Causeway is Northern Ireland's only UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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"Stepping stones into the sea, these basaltic columns of the Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland formed from volcanic activity some 50 million to 60 million years ago."
"Despite decades of underinvestment and service cutbacks, Northern Ireland Railways (a division of Translink, Northern Ireland's public transport operator) manages to maintain a small but increasingly reliable passenger rail network around the province, with four 'domestic' lines radiating out from Belfast.Great Victoria Street Station is in the Centre of Belfast on as the name suggests Great Victoria Street Just yards from the Grand Opera House and Beside the Europa Hotel the Great Victoria Station is part of a Combined Bus/rail Station the bus centre being called Europa Bus Centre look for the sign above the door to access the station from the Great Victoria street itself "great Northern mall" the so called "Central Station" is not very Central at all its about half a Mile from the city centre."
"Americans will find that the people in Northern Ireland hold particular fondness for America, even if they don't always agree with American leaders or foreign policies."
"Geography of County Antrim | National Trust properties in Northern Ireland | Northern Ireland coast and countryside | Rock formations | Volcanoes of the United Kingdom | World Heritage Sites in Northern Ireland."
"Twenty-six Irish counties would form an independent, free state (now the Republic of Ireland), while six counties in the Ulster province with predominantly Protestant populations would become Northern Ireland and remain a part of the United Kingdom."
"Giant's Causeway is a spectacular rock formation on the Antrim coast of Northern Ireland."
"Northern Ireland Tourist Board 24 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4DG, UK Tel: (08701) 555 250 (information) or (020) 7766 9920 (trade and marketing)."
"Northern Ireland's main tourist attraction, the hexagonal basalt columns, (all 38,000 of them including the ones underwater) are amazingly uniform."
"Situated 8mi/13km from the Bushmills is one of the great tourist sights of Northern Ireland, the Giant's Causeway, a geological formation of volcanic origin, consisting of a series of some 40,000 vertical basalt columns of prismatic form and varying width and height, their top sides forming stepping stones."
"Home > Destinations > Europe > Ireland > Northern Ireland > Causeway Coast and the Glens of Antrim > Attractions > Giant's Causeway."
"English, Welsh (about 26% of the population of Wales), Scottish form of Gaelic (about 60,000 in Scotland), some speakers of the Irish form of Gaelic in Northern Ireland Religion Anglican and Roman Catholic 40 million (66%), Muslim 1.5 million (2.5%), Presbyterian 800,000 (1.3%), Methodist 760,000 (1.3%), Sikh 336,000 (0.6%), Hindu 559,000 (0.9%), Jewish 267,000 (0.4%), Buddhist 152,000 (0.25%), no religion 9,104,000 (15%)."
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