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Malham Cove, Yorkshire Dales National Park, UK
England

The impressive 80m high walls at Malham Cove were formed at the end of the last ice age from glacial meltwater. It is a popular tourist "honeypot", and the cliff itself is home to some of Britain's finest and hardest rock climbs. The spherical panorama reveals the extent to which the cliffs curve around to form a "cove" - this impression is not immediately obvious when first visiting (until you lie on your back!)

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Uploaded: 12/07/2009
Updated: 08/04/2012
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