Cliffs of Moher


Even when shrouded in mist or buffeted by Atlantic gales, the Cliffs of Moher are breathtaking, rising to a height of 200m (650 feet) out of the sea and extending for 8km (5 miles). The sheer rock face, with its layers of black shale and sandstone, provides sheltered ledges where guillemots and other sea birds nest.
excerpt from
Eyewitness Travel Guides Ireland

18 May 2002


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O'Brien's Tower

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View from the Tower

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