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Seven Sisters chalk cliffs in East Sussex. The number seven refers to the cliff peaks, which are individually named: from the west they are Haven Brow, Short Brow, Rough Brow, Brass Point, Flagstaff Point (continuing into Flagstaff Brow), Baily's Hill, and Went Hill Brow. Beyond, on the top of the next hill, is Belle Tout lighthouse. The dips between each Sister are also named: Short Bottom, Limekiln Bottom, Rough Bottom, Gap Bottom, Flagstaff Bottom, and Michel Dean.

The South Downs Way runs along the edge of the cliffs, taking a very undulating course.

Photograph by Stephen Dawson, 26 May 2003.

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