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Fastnet Rock, West Cork
Fastnet Rock is the most southerly point of Ireland, 6.5 km southwest of Cape Clear Island in County Cork. It is a small clay-slate island with quartz veins which lies in the Atlantic Ocean 11.3 km south of mainland County Cork. It rises to about 30 m above low water mark. It is nicknamed "Ireland's teardrop" as it was the last part of the country seen by emigrants to the United States in the 19th century.Free Global Delivery Mike's Guarantee
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