Where is the Rock of Gibraltar?
A mini 426 m high in comparison to other places of interest, the Rock of Gibraltar is a raised mass of limestone rock near the southwestern tip of Europe on the Iberian Peninsula. It is located in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar– Wikipedia, 2018
What is special about The Rock of Gibraltar?
The Rock of Gibraltar is known as a haven for the Barbary Apes, a type of tail-less macaque and the only wild monkeys in Europe.
The Rock of Gibraltar is also known for over 100 caves since it is composed primarily of a soluble limestone mineral called calcite. St. Michael’s Cave, a popular tourist attraction, is the most prominent and located halfway up the western slope of the Rock.
Gory but true, the remains of the Neanderthals, a Pre-Flood race descended from the cohabitation between humans and fallen Angels, were discovered in some of the limestone caves of Gibraltar. Presenting with receding foreheads and prominent brow ridges, the Neanderthals or Giants were widely distributed in ice-age Europe, due to fact that a few extremely tall ones survived that deluge which took place 1656 yeas after Creation according to Jewish historian Josephus.
Scientists found evidence that Gorham’s Cave, located near sea level on the eastern side of the Rock, was used by Neanderthals, with plant and animal remains in the cave providing evidence of their food intake.
This is the horrific outcome of genetic modication that no one really wants to believe…plus we get to hear about remains while on vacation…
What does it mean to be a Rock of Gibraltar?
When people talk about being “solid as the Rock of Gibraltar” they mean that a thing is very safe or firm.
In keeping wih that belief, the motto of Gibraltar and its Royal Gibraltar Regiment is “No Enemy Shall Expel Us.” May the Rock of Gibraltar live forever.
About Geirangerfjord, Norway
Geirangerfjord, Norway is a fjord. Created by a glacier, or a persistent body of dense ice, Geirangerfjord is a 15-kilometre (9.3 mi) long, narrow inlet with steep sides or cliffs. The Geirangelva river empties into the end of the fjord and the small village of Geiranger is also located there. – Wikipedia 2018
Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Geirangerfjord is one of Norway’s most visited tourist sites. Abandoned farms line the fjord’s sides and some restoration has been made by the Storfjordens venner association. It is surrounded by steep mountains.
Why you need to visit Geirangerfjord, Norway
The name Geirangerfjord conjures up images of picturesque farms, lush waterfalls, stunning scenery, huge cliffs, history and culture. Visitors never become bored with endless activities including rafting, fishing, hiking, skiing, Kayaking, canoeing.
Video -Geirangerfjord Norway
Sightseeing in Geiranger Stranda
Visitors can zip around and take fun tours in two seater, talking GPS guided electric cars while bus tours whisk tourists to Geiranger’s famous viewing points. Breathtaking boat cruises wow with sights such as famous waterfalls like “The Seven Sisters”, “The Bridal Veil” and “The Suitor”, the majestic fjord cliffs and the abandoned mountain farms.
Map – Geirangerfjord Norway