In the county of Antrim on the northeast coast of Northern Ireland has about 40,000 miraculous pillars. Volcanic activity 60 million years ago in the Giants Kozveja was strong and it produced the largest basalt slab in Europe.
When the hardened lava, contractionary forces were so smooth that the board broke the geometric precision. Pillars were formed mainly hexagonal base, although there were some osmostraničnih. Due to the extreme attractiveness of visiting this area every year around 700,000 tourists.
Edited by: MPG71