Living on the Edge: Kota Kota Di Dunia Yang Hidup Di Tepi Jurang

Ronda (Spain): divided by a 100-meter deep canyon

Ronda - Spain

Bonifacio (Corsica): 70 meters (230 ft) over the Mediterranean Sea

Bonifacio - Corsica

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// –> Castellfolit de la Roca (Spain): situated on a 50 meters (164 ft) high basalt crag Castellfolit de la Roca - Spain

Santorini (Greece): a 300 meter (984 ft) high paradise

Santorini - Greece

Manarola (Italy): Italy’s most precariously placed town

Manarola - Italy

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