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Channel Islands

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Hidden by CSS The Channel Islands are a group of British dependency islands in the English Channel, off the coast of France. The largest, Jersey, is known for beaches and cliff trails. Just outside the main town of St. Helier, the Jersey War Tunnels complex details the island’s WWII German occupation. Medieval Mont Orgueil Castle is on a hill on the east coast. Northwest is the island of Guernsey, with its capital, St. Peter Port.
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South East

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Hidden by CSS The international ferry terminals of Dover and Folkestone are accompanied by all the noisy bustle of busy working ports, while traditional seaside resorts such as Eastbourne and Margate, where both donkey rides and deckchairs were invented, remain quintessentially English. The distinctive chalk landscape has attained iconic status in the White Cliffs of Dover, while the spectacular Beachy Head, flanked by the imposing Seven Sisters, is the highest chalk sea cliff in Britain. The old fishing and smuggling port of Deal, with its shingle beach and long pier, is steeped in history, while Rye, with its half-timbered houses, old inns and twisting cobbled streets, has been called the 'prettiest town in England'.

 

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