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21 Surreal Places In The UK To Add To Your Bucket List

Time to plan that trip.

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If ever there were a place dinosaurs might be hiding it's Scotland's most recognizable mountain, the Buachaille. Hey, Scotland, free idea: Play pterodactyl sounds at the top of the mountain — everyone will love it.

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There once was a tall, skinny chalk cliff in line with this formation that gave the group its name, but it collapsed in the late 1700s, which is like the geological equivalent of when your friend yells something embarrassing and ducks before everyone turns to look who said it.

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"How do you enter the Durdle Door? Just wave a lot" is a really bad joke I thought of just now. But seriously, this stunning natural limestone arch is a reminder that water does what it wants when it wants.

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This impressive, stratified sea stack was once part of the mainland but corrosive waves separated the two around 1393. Now the sea stack and the mainland just glare at each other, like a divorced couple who still share a house.

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As if this keyhole waterfall isn't magical enough, it's been nicknamed "Merlin's Well."

This waterfall is so high that on windy days the water doesn't even touch the ground. If that's not the coolest thing you've heard all day, x out of this post immediately and get back to your fancy yacht party — your celebrity guests need refills on their martinis.

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