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Rock formations, Yeliu
Yehliu is a 1,700 meters long cape on the north coast of Taiwan, between Taipei and Keelung in Wanli Township.
It is famous for the curious rock formation, carved by sea erosion.
Some of them have been named for their shapes, such as "Queen's head", "Fairy's Shoe", "Bee's Hive", "Ginger Rocks" and "Sea Candles."
SOURCE: Zhou Jun-Jie, courtesy of Tourism Bureau, Ministry of Transportation & Communications , R.O.C.
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