COPENHAGEN, July 11, 2014 - Photo taken on July 10, 2014 shows an old church on Stevns Klint in southern Seeland of Denmark. The geological site Stevns Klint comprises a 15 km-long fossil-rich coastal cliff, offering exceptional evidence of the impact of the Chicxulub meteorite that crashed into the planet at the end of the Cretaceous, about 65 millions years ago. Researchers think that this caused the most remarkable mass extinction ever, responsible for the disappearance of over 50% of all life on Earth. Stevns Klint was inscribed on World Heritage List on June, 2014.
Photo taken on July 10, 2014 shows Stevns Klint in southern Seeland of Denmark.