Downpatrick Head, West coast, Ireland
50 meters from the coast of the northern Maya in Downpatrick Head-in, there is a 45 meter high sea stub Dún Brist (Broken Fort). It is interesting that this is considered a relatively new sea wall because of the mainland of Ireland separated in 1393, when it was more flattening of the County Mayo in the night the storm. The summit is about 50 meters long and 15 meters wide. On this flotopiranoj rock are the remains of buildings where people lived in the night a heavy storm.