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English: The Geoneedle at Orcombe Point, Exmouth, Devon. This was unveiled by Charles, Prince of Wales, on 3 October 2002 to mark the western end of the Jurrassic Coast, a World Heritage Site. It is made from a sample of each of the different rock types along the Jurassic Coast.
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