The sea arch Porte d'Aval and the sea stack L'Aiguille (the Needle) stand in the Atlantic Ocean next to the cliffs of Étretat in Normandy, France.

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The sea arch Porte d'Aval and the sea stack L'Aiguille (the Needle) stand in the Atlantic Ocean next to the cliffs of Étretat in Normandy, France.
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The sea arch Porte d'Aval and the sea stack L'Aiguille (the Needle) stand in the Atlantic Ocean next to the cliffs of Étretat in Normandy, France. Porte d'Aval is most-widely known of the three natural sea arches that have formed in the white chalk cliffs, known as the Falaise d'Étretat, which are as tall as 90 meters (300 feet). L'Aiguille, or the Needle, rises 70 meters (230 feet) above the sea.

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