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Nanjizal Bay, Penwith, Cornwall The amazing ‘Song of the Sea’ eyelet rock arch is for the adventurous and leads out to the ocean.

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Reykjavik, Iceland’s coastal capital, is renowned for the late-night clubs and bars in its compact center. It's home to the National and Saga museums, tracing Iceland’s Viking history. The striking concrete Hallgrimskirkja church and rotating Perlan glass dome offer sweeping views of the sea and nearby hills. Exemplifying the island’s dramatic landscape is the volcanic setting of the geothermal Blue Lagoon spa. www.hoteldealchec…

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Crystal we have to go here! Nanjizal beach, Cornwall, England This cave is known as the 'Song of the Sea'.' It lies on the East side of Nanjizal beach and has this spectacular pool at low water. Nanjizal lies half way between Porthcurno (Minack theatre) and Land's End in Cornwall. It can be only be reached by minimum of 20 minute walk.

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Nanjizal Beach, Cornwall, England. Have been to Nanjizal but have never seen this cave, must go when I'm in Cornwall this year

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from Mail Online

The most desolate city on Earth: Take a tour of the ghostly Battleship Island crumbling into the sea off the coast of Japan

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from Murals Wallpaper

Marble & Glitter Geometric Wall Mural

In love with this blush pink, marble and gold combination. Forest green melts into a pastel pink, giving a stark yet intriguing contrast of colours. The glittering gold in this design wallpaper mural helps to tie this living room together perfectly.

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Crinoid fossils. Rock containing crinoid (or sea lily) fossils. These are Scyphocrinus elegans crinoids from the Silurian/Devonian period (about 440-360 million years ago). Crinoids are marine echinoderms that appear as early as the Ordovician period (500 million years ago). These crinoids have stalks by which they would attach themselves to the seabed, capturing food with feathery arms that formed a cup (seen at lower right and upper centre). Thousands of extinct crinoid species have been…

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