The Etretat cliffs, in Normandy, are surrounded by the English Channel Sea. Carved by storms, tidal range and strong currents, erosion has carved spectacular arches in the white chalk. When we know that the cliffs can be up to 100 meters high, we realize the size of these formations. Maurice Leblanc, who lived there, contributed to the myth surrounding the site in an adventure by Arsène Lupin entitled "L'Aiguille creuse" (The Hollow Needle), in which the character lives in a large secret house hidden in the tip.
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