Visit Fingal’s Cave – Magical Cave made by Giants
Fingal’s cave located in the island of Staffa. Stafa Island is an uninhabited island off the coast of Scotland. The cave is often called as Uamh Binh or cave melody. Fingal’s cave has a length of 70 meters with hexagonal pillars stones believed to be formed by lava flows.
If the caves is usually filled with stalactites and stalagmites, It is different with Fingal’s Cave. Structure of rocks in the cave Fingal shaped wonderful hexagonal pillars and arranged naturally in very neat way, unique rocks of Fingal’s Cave showing very extraordinary scenery.
Fingal’s cave is part of a National Nature Reserve owned by the National Trust for Scotland. This cave is an important site for ancient Celtic legend of Ireland and Scotland. Ireland ancient legends mentioned that this cave is the tip of a ancient huge bridge connecting the Giant Causeway in Ireland and Scotland. It is said that the bridge was built by a giant to defeat his enemy that comes from Scotland.
Now the Fingal’s cave become a popular tourist attraction. Many local and foreign tourists come to see the rare natural phenomenon inside.
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