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Coast near the mouth of the Trypiti Gorge. The notch in the cliff is one of a series representing higher sea-levels, relative to the land. The land is thought to have been jerked up by about 5 m in the Late Roman period. The pines grow well on scree and broken rock. Looking NW. July 1988.

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posted on 2024-01-04, 15:40 authored by Sphakia Survey

Coast near the mouth of the Trypiti Gorge. The notch in the cliff is one of a series representing higher sea-levels, relative to the land. The land is thought to have been jerked up by about 5 m in the Late Roman period. The pines grow well on scree and broken rock. Looking NW. July 1988.

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