Published Monday, 20 August 2012
Flags have been placed around the hillside. (© Pacemaker)
They are positioned randomly along the banks of the cliff face and will rotate in the wind to create a flickering display against the backdrop of the causeway.
The flags are coloured red on one side and yellow on the other and are designed to give visitors a difference perception of the North Coast attraction.
The project is part of the Northern Ireland Tourist Board's 2012 'our time, our place' campaign and was designed by German artist Hans Peter Kuhn.
"At every location different thoughts and feelings will be evoked depending on how the flags are sitting, light levels and weather," the NITB explained.
"A specialist team of technicians along with Hans Peter Kuhn, the artist, and his engineer installed FLAGS. A series of holes have been dug out, which has been approved by NIEA and the National Trust, to allow for a specially fabricated unit to be positioned into each of the 140 holes and a flag pole attached securely.
"After the project is finished the unit will be removed and the holes will be covered again with the natural soil of the site."
The flags will be in place from 20 August to 4 November.
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