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Pakri Coastal cliff

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Category Natural attractions, Nature Reserves
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Coordinates 59.388065, 24.036798
GPS: 59° 23' 17" N, 24° 2' 12" E

The height of the limestone cliff at the top of the Pakri peninsula is 24–25 m. Unlike Ontika with its opulent Klint vegetation, the Pakri Cliff wall offers a cross section of all limestone layers in the course of several kilometres. Black guillemot, quite unique in Estonia, lives in the cracks of the cliff.

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