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Image of the day: The giant's road

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The giant's road in Northern Ireland is a paradise for every geologist. It is also true for all nature lovers thanks to the curious basaltic formations that formed millions of years ago by the wild Atlantic Ocean.

On the other side, in Scotland, similar formations also exist and the legend tells that a giant wanted to join Scotland with Ireland with a cobblestone road so that he could easily travel through the two islands.

It is not easy, but if on your visit to the giant's road you find a sunny day like the one in this photograph, you will contemplate a unique spectacle of brightness and shades illuminating each of the rock formations. A true show.

Ideally, go by own car. Anyway, there are tours from Belfast with which you can visit the most interesting points of the north coast: the giant's road, the Carrick-a-rede bridge and the Bushmills distilleries.

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