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

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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