Hunstanton cliffs

Norfolk, England

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Hunstanton Cliffs is a rock formation that stretches between the town of Hunstanton and the village of Old Hunstanton, in the county of Norfolk, England. They are a known red and white striped cliffs, an eye-catching attraction. The stripes are caused by layers of various-coloured rocks. The principal layers are carrstone, the brown one which consists of sandstone and sand, and chalk, being formed of limestone. You can have fun discovering the history and nature of the area by scrambling at the bottom for fossils. During the Cretaceous period, this rock formation were under the sea. Visitors shoul pay attention, rocks may fall out of the cliffs at any time.

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Norfolk, England
Latitude: 52.948701, Longitude: 0.490869

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