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Durdle Door is a natural geological formation along the Dorset coast, reachable by the coastal path near Lulworth Cove. This area is part of the world heritage area known as the Jurassic Coast, so named because of the exposures of folded Cretaceous and Jurassic strata. To the east is the Fossil Forest with ancient soil and tree remnants. The 95 mile stretch of coastline is also renowned for extensive fossil beds.

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