- Coastline composed of white chalk and limestone and black flint.
- Reaching heights of 350 feet (170 m)
White Cliffs of Dover
The White Cliffs of Dover represent the coastline of England that faces France and the Straight of Dover. The cliffs are composed of white limestone and chalk and black flint which give them their unique look. The cliffs are impressive as the reach 350 feet (170m) above the ocean. The presented a natural wall or barrier from invaders of England from Europe. On a clear day the cliffs are visible from the coast of France.
Best way to see and experience the White Cliffs of Dover
More coming on the cliffs as they are declared one of the natural wonders.