May 8, 2014

Durdle Door, England

Photograph by Alex Hibbert, Corbis

The natural arch known as the Durdle Door juts out into the English Channel along England's Jurassic Coast. The 94-mile stretch of fossil-studded cliffs and rocky shores in East Devon and Dorset was declared a World Heritage site in 2001. Among its claim to fame: Stones used in the building of the Tower of London came from here.

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