Beachy Head

prominent headland on the English Channel coast in the administrative county of East Sussex, historic county of Sussex, England, in the borough of ...
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Beachy Head

Beachy Head, high chalk cliffs (575 ft/175 m), on the south coast of East Sussex, S England. The battle of Beachy Head, in the War of the Grand Alliance, was fought (1690) between an Anglo-Dutch fleet under the earl of Torrington and the French fleet under the comte de Tourville. Although the French...
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Beachy Head

Chalk headland on the south coast of England, between Seaford and Eastbourne in East Sussex. Rising to 163 m/535 ft, it is the eastern end of the South Downs. The lighthouse at the foot of the cliff is 38 m/125 ft high
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Beachy Head

Beachy Head is a chalk headland in Southern England, close to the town of Eastbourne in the county of East Sussex, immediately east of the Seven Sisters. Beachy Head is located within the administrative area of Eastbourne Borough Council which owns the land. The cliff is the highest chalk sea cliff in Britain, rising to {convert|162|m} above sea l...
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Beachy Head

[song] `Beachy Head` is a song by British indie pop band Veronica Falls. The song was first released in the UK by independent record label No Pain in Pop on 14 June 2010, as a single with the B-side `Staying Here`. The US release on 21 September 2010 came exactly one year before the release of the band`s first album, Veronica Falls. ==Recep...
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