Large cavity near sea level, known since the 18th century as the "zeolite cave", allegedly only approachable from the sea. Access from Land is difficult but possible. The location is known at least since 1789.
-WEST, J.F. (ed.), The Journals of the Stanley Expedition to the Faroe Islands and Iceland in 1789. Torshavn: Foroya Frodskaparfelag, 1970.
Ref: Zeolites of the World, R. Tschernich, 1992 (102,459,495)
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