Looking across the harbour towards the seafront and White Cliffs of Dover from the outside seating area of the cafe at the end of the Prince of Wales Pier.
On the cliff top to the left are Dover's 12th Century Norman Castle, the 1st Century Roman Pharos, and the 11th Century Saxon church of St Mary-in-Castro.
Second World War: the three remaining towers of the Swingate Chain Home Radar Station can also be seen on the cliff-top (just left of centre).
The The White Cliffs of Dover (East Cliff) from the Prince of Wales Pier and The Norman Arrow: World`s Largest Diesel Catamaran in Dover Harbour photos were taken from the far (southern) side of the cafe, near the lighthouse.
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The Victorian Officers Mess is just below the 1st Century Roman Pharos and the 11th Century Saxon church of St Mary-in-Castro; also see the Swingate Transmitting Station photo.
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