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Linshan Cape(Windkanter Coast)
Taiwan

The heavily-veined andesite rocks at Linshan Cape were formed by volcanic lava and cut by waves and monsoons over the years, with sharp edges on the surface cut by winds from different directions.

External link: http://www.northguan-nsa.gov.tw/user/Article.aspx?Lang=2&SNo=04002490

Copyright: Tim8809
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Resolution: 10824x5412
Chargée: 04/09/2013
Mis à jour: 25/09/2014
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Tags: windkanter; cape; coast; shimen; taipei; taiwan
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