Well worth a visit, the day we went it was very windy at the top but the views are incredible, there were only a couple of attractions open.
But just to see the carvings on the cliff face is worth the entrance fee and then look in the museum to see a full size replica of part of the carvings. Makes you wonder how on earth it was accomplished
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