France's Pas de Calais headlands: Where dramatic landscape beautifully marries nature’s untamed elements
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Jutting out into the English Channel are two headlands looking out towards Great Britain. Cap Blanc Nez, meaning "Cape White Nose" lies to the north, its chalk cliffs standing proud 150 metres above the beach. Some 17 kilometres to the south lies its grey-nosed sister, separated by the untamed and beautiful landscapes of the Pas de Calais. FRANCE 24 takes you to see these natural wonders.