White Cliffs of Dover


The famed White Cliffs of Dover are one of the most iconic sites of the United Kingdom.  Seen from above in this fantastic drone video by oszibusz, the cliffs are situated on the narrowest part of the English Channel.  Rising to a height of up to 110 meters (350 ft.), they stretch for about 8 km (around 5 mi.) on either side of their namesake town.  A long-time symbol of Britain's separation from the Continent of Europe, the Cliffs have made countless appearances in English literature, most notably in Shakespeare's King Lear.

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