Marble Arch Nature Reserve

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Marble Arch Nature Reserve: The Arch over the river, formed when the cave roof collapsed, gets its name from the polished limestone which people used to think was marble. Wood goldilocks grow here as evidence that this is a very old woodland, also early purple orchid, birds nest orchid, bluebell and wild strawberry. Red squirrels may be glimpsed in the tree canopy. There is a folly, locally known as The Cottage, overlooking the tourist entrance to Marble Arch. This was used for shooting parties in Victorian times and is well worth a visit.

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County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, UK, Europe
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