Melodic Cave

Fingal’s Cave in Scotland gives the impression as if it was built by human hands. Fingal’s Cave is a sea cave discovered in 1772 on the uninhabited island of Staffa. Perfect hexagonal columns were formed many years ago when the hot lava cooled created these unusual forms. A similar phenomenon exists in another travel destination in Scotland and in Northern Ireland.

Cave lies on the rock of 250 meters and rises 70 meters above the sea.

Fingal’s cave often called natural cathedral because of its curved roof, the size and the sounds of waves inside the cave. Because of these wonderful sounds that resonate in this cave, also known as “melodic cave.”

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