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 Chalk cliffs of Stevn's Klint at the southern extremity of Køge Bugt Sjælland Denmark 
 Keywords: The cliffs are being constantly eroded by the sea. In 1928 part of the eastern end of the clifftop Højerup Kirke crashed into the sea. Note the horizontal layer of flints Danish Koge Bay Zealand Hojerup church Cretaceous limestone nodules coastal erosion shingle pebble beach shore soft white rock sedimentary geology geological geography geographical feature headland band global warming level change lgpl

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Photographer: Leslie Garland
Collection: Byker Wall
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Chalk cliffs of Stevn's Klint at the southern extremity of

Køge Bugt Sjælland Denmark
Keywords: The cliffs are being constantly eroded by the sea. In 1928 part of the eastern end of the clifftop Højerup Kirke crashed into the sea. Note the horizontal layer of flints Danish Koge Bay Zealand Hojerup church Cretaceous limestone nodules coastal erosion shingle pebble beach shore soft white rock sedimentary geology geological geography geographical feature headland band global warming level change lgpl