Take a tour of Beachy Head in England – part of the world's largest attraction series by GeoBeats.
In the English county of East Sussex, there lies a tranquil chalk promontory, the Beachy Head.
The formation of chalk began to accumulate more than 65 million years ago, around the period known as Late Cretaceous.
Located in the vicinity of the Seven Sisters' steep cliffs, this serene place is simply fascinating with magnificent views of the sea, sky and land.
There are two lighthouses built around this promontory, because it posed a significant threat to the ships.
Due to the continuous erosion of the cliffs, the Belle Lighthouse Everything had to be moved 17 meters inland.
Steep cliffs, pristine blue waters, green lands rest undisturbed in the spins of nature set to spellbind you.
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