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Coastal Defences: Brickwork Patterns: The Breakwater: Colouring Sheet

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"Braye Harbour (also known as Alderney Harbour) is the main harbour on the north side of the Island of Alderney, in the Channel Islands, a dependency of the British Crown. A 3,000 feet (910 m) break-water built by the Admiralty to protect the Navy in the 19th century shelters Braye Harbour.[1][2][3] It is an artificial harbour created by building a pier or jetty. The harbour faces out onto the Swinge, which is part of the English Channel. It is here that most of the island's freight comes in. It is more or less a suburb of St Anne, which is a large settlement in Alderney that juts out on a rocky promontory on the west side, approximately 1 mile from the harbour". (Wikipedia)

An A4 page in black and white, that students of any age can colour in for fun, or as part of a lesson or topic. Can be photocopied once downloaded.

- Seaside, Oceans, Coast
- Geography: Coastal Defences
- Architecture and Buildings
- Materials: Use of Stone for Defence
- Where we Live
- Local Knowledge
- European History
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