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Thought Collider Jun 27
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Lissie Connors May 15
I hear peeps are upset about the latest episode, but here's what we need to talk about: Why would there be obsidian on dragonstone? This is a turbidite deposit, these are marine sediments not volcanic glass? Killing a white walker with old ocean mud seems less epic.
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João P. Trabucho May 24
No, GoT didn’t bring me here. Deepwater mud did.
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jud4m May 11
reading through history 🇪🇸
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José L Ben 19 Apr 18
Stunning Eocene outcrop on the seashore.
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maria navallas 1 Nov 17
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Aitor Abadia May 27
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Robin van der Ploeg 24 Jun 18
Looking back on a great week at Zumaia! No better way to end a field trip 😎
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Jo Young 30 May 18
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Manuel Sechi 8 Jun 18
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Émilie Hébert-Houle 17 Sep 18
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Henry Söderlund 3 Nov 17
Between The Lines, by Fran Llano The jagged edges of flysch on the Basque Coast in Spain
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Andoni García Takahashi Sep 25
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Carmen Nacarino-Meneses 11 Jun 18
Great weekend visiting the awesome in Zumaia
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BASCOMING 7 Aug 18
Come to discover the coastal strip located in the western part of Gipuzkoa's coast, between the villages of Deba and Zumaia, convers around 8km of cliffs
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Visit Basque Country Feb 17
: The history of the is written in these stones. And it's more beautiful than you think. 👉
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Aitor Delgado Tours ✈️ May 22
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adorebasque 8 Nov 17
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Albert M. Berriz 9 Jul 18
Zumaia is breathtaking as the rock formations reveal the history of the earth back to when the meteor stuck the earth and changed our history forever...
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Richi Sanvi 2 May 18
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