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Seaford Head
England

These chalk cliffs form the start of the Seven Sisters (a series of chalk cliffs) at Seaford and extend to Burling Gap.  Along the top of the chalk cliffs is a walk that takes you from Seaford along the Coast to Eastbourne via the famous Beachy Head.

Copyright: Geoff Mather
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Uploaded: 16/04/2009
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Tags: sea; beach; cliff; walks; chalk; fishing; g8dhe
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