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Gahn Da Dia is a natural rock reef - a geological wonder of interlocking basalt rocks.
At first glance, Gahn Da Dia looks too bizarre to be natural. Rock columns cover an area 50 metres wide and 200 metres long. They are all different sizes and shapes - some are round, some have sharp angles forming polygons - but all have a smooth, flat top and interlock neatly like a honeycomb. They resemble stone plates, earning it the appropriate name 'the sea cliff of stone plates.' The natural wonder was created when lava suddenly solidified from being hit by cold sea water, simultaneously the thermal contractions caused the molten basalt flows to create polygonal cracks, forming rock columns. It is indeed a spectacular sight to behold.