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Travel Through Time on England’s Jurassic Coast

By Jan Schroder The phrase “take a step back in time” may be overused, but there’s nowhere on the planet where it rings truer than on the Jurassic Coast of England. Visitors can step back 185 million years on this 95-mile-long coastline in southern England. A UNESCO World Heritage site, the coast runs from Exmouth […]

Exploring the Jurassic Coast

If you have never heard of the United Kingdom’s Jurassic Coast, the name probably conjures thoughts of dinosaurs, tropical islands, family fun and the prospect of seeing a new Steven Spielberg film featuring realistic-looking dinosaurs. The first thing to realize is the Jurassic Coast was made a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2001. To even […]