The Azure Window is a spectacular natural landmark in Dwejra, along with The Inland Sea and Fungus Rock. The Azure Window at the end of the cliff, is a giant doorway, through which one can admire the blue expanse beyond the cliff. Erosion by the sea over thousands of years has formed this monumental arch along with numerous caves along the coast. It must be one of the most photographed vistas of the Islands, and is particularly spectacular during the winter, when waves crash high inside the arch. The sea around is very deep and of a dark blue hue, which explains why it is called the Azure Window. The rocks in this area are encrusted with fossilized crustaceans, evidence that most of the island was once covered by water. In front of the Azure Window is the Blue Hole, and The Chimney, two of the most popular dive sites in Gozo.
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It would be nice to take a picture of yourselve with your gpsr and post it together with your log.
Mail the answers to the following questions
(No information board to be found on the spot... you will have to "google" a little bit to find the answers)
1)What is the difference between a natural bridge and a natural arch? What is your opinion about the "Blue Window"? .
2)The window is in "danger"! Why?
3)What are the +/- dimensions of the "roof" of the window: length and thickness( height)
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Taking a picture of yourself in front of the window is optional but not required.