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An amazing landscape we dare not imagine in the flat country.
Col White chalk cliff of White-Nose-old 100 million years rises to 133 m, dominates the foreshore (shore zone between high tide and low tide) where laughing gulls, herring gulls, petrels fulmars, kestrels and hawks to feed on crustaceans.
On a clear day, the panorama is magnificent: a viewpoint which allows to see Wissant Bay and Cape Gris-Nez to the south, the Strait of Pas de Calais English and cliffs in the West (the white cliffs) , the Flemish plain north of Boulonnais hills to the east.
The green meadows, and acid yellow fields of canola flowers mingle with the white chalk freshly updated by frequent landslides.

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