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 Island of SarkIsland of Sark

These are some pictures taken from the Island of Sark which is the smallest of the four mail Channel Islands. The picturesque coastline photos are taken from atop the island at a height of 350ft above sea level. The last one is a thin stretch of road that leads to another side of the Island and is known as ‘little Sark.’ These Islands were habited by the Germans during the world war and had bases there. You can still find depilated watch towers that were used during the war. The weather is very cold & misty and rains quite a lot. There are no vehicles on this island and the best way to experience can be in hose carriages, bicycles or on foot.  

Photo and text sent by: Sunil Mathews (Bahrain)

 

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