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The stream of buses running along the road past the fishing village, the large parking lot, and hordes of people clustered around the visitors centre show just how important this place has become on the tourism map.

This part of Taiwan emerged from the ocean more than 20 million years ago due to tectonic movements. Erosion and seismic activity have created rocks of various shapes and sizes. Today, the area is a geological park where visitors can roam around these rocks freely.

An observation platform lingers above the rocks, giving panoramic views of the landscape. The East China Sea borders the park today.

A crowd of visitors clustered around the "head" rock for a photo.

Does the Queen's Head look like the real thing?

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