This basalt sea-cliff is one of the popular tourist attraction point.
Located on the island of Heimaey in Southern Iceland, this sea cliff looks like a mammoth or giant elephant.
Heimaey is the largest island in the vestmannnaeyjar archipelago. These islands were formed due to volcanic eruption.
Eldfell, a volcano on Heimaey, erupted in 1973, prompting locals to pump cold seawater onto the resulting lava flows in a successful attempt to redirect it from their harbor.
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