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Giant's Causeway, the

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishGiant's Causeway, thethe Giant's CausewayˌGiant's ˈCauseway, the  a group of unusually shaped rocks on the coast of Northern Ireland, which were formed by a flow of lava into the sea. According to old stories, they were used as a path for giants crossing from Ireland to Scotland.
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