The Uncommon Surroundings of YehLiu Geopark

Yehliu is a cpe on the northern shore of Taiwan in the city of Wanli, well-known for its gorgeous geological landscape. The exclusive stones are powerful at a location known as the Yeliu Geopark - a 1,700 meter-long peninsula jutting out into the beach and filled with unusual stone creation such as mushroom stones, honeycomb stones, cinnamon stone, pothole loss and other properly known as oddities.

A number of stone structures have been given creative brands according to their forms. The most well-known is the "The Queen's Head", an legendary picture in Taiwan and an unofficial symbol for the city of Wanli. Other structures involve "The Fairy Shoe", "The Bee Hive", "The Cinnamon Rocks" and "The Sea Along with. Many of these stones contain previous, which display wildlife indigenous to Taiwan from a not-so-distant-past.

The area is studded with seawater-eroded slots overflowing with sea-life, as well as unusual stone structures, which create the nearby atmosphere full of environmental options. Sun, wind flow, rainfall, swells and powerful east typhoons all create a significant effect on this filter remove of area.

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