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Falésias de Moher
Ireland

The Cliffs of Moher are located at soutwest of Burren region in County Clare, Republic of Ireland. This cliffs rise between 120 meters to 214 meters from Atlantic Ocean and received about one million visitor per year.

In 1835 Sir Cornelius O'Brien built a tower at the midle point of the Cliffs as an observation point.

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