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Bunmahon Copper Coast European Geopark
Ireland

Bunmahon lies at the heart of the Copper Coast European Geopark. This is one of the copper coast's unchanged areas as it has not been touched by developers and boasts numerous beaches and wildlife. The wildlife includes wild foxes, rabbits, and many different species of birds. The local beach is popular with holidaymakers and surfers use it all year round. The beach and surrounding coast is covered by the Bonmahon Unit of the Irish Coast Guard.

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送信日: 02/08/2011
更新日: 06/05/2013
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