"Supertide" Creates Dramatic Temporary Island Off The Coast Of France

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A rare "supertide" (caused by last night's post-eclipse supermoon) briefly turned France's Mont Saint-Michel into a completely encircled island. The historic site is located just off the coast of Normandy, and is usually linked to land via a bridge.

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Cursing at the Astronette

If Mont Saint-Michel has a sense of drama about it, may I suggest that Saint Michael's Mount is the far superior gritty reboot?

Yes, I am Cornish.