On the hillside opposite the monastery. The arch is the second place, mainly overlooking the monastery and the sea from there, the scenery is super beautiful.
The scenic spot is not big, it is a small place, but in the middle of the monastery, you can enjoy a lot of beautiful scenery. If you go, you must go to see it is worthwhile to visit. The scenery is charming and has local characteristics.
The Whale Jaw Bone Arch is a landmark attraction of Whitby. It is very close to the statue of Captain Cook. It is made up of two whale jaws placed opposite each other. It is primitive and bright, representing the power of Whitby people's navigation , And the will to cherish the ocean and protect the ocean.
It is a small place, but in the middle of the monastery, the scenery is charming and very local. It mainly overlooks the monastery and the sea from there
The shape is simple and elegant, the simpler the more difficult it is to express