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Lundy Hole, Cornwall
England

Lundy Hole is a collapsed sea cave that opens to a hole at the top of the cliffs above Lundy Bay on the North Cornwall coast between Polzeath and Port Isaac.

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Uploaded: 14/03/2012
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Tags: cornwall; lundy hole; cliff; cave; beach; rocks; sea
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