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Langdon Cliffs, Dover, England
England

Part of the famous White Cliffs of Dover, Langdon Cliffs overlook the port of Dover in the south east corner of England

Copyright: Gary davies
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Uploadet: 11/02/2012
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Tags: national trust; cliffs; dover; footpath; white cliffs
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