How well do you know East Devon?

PUBLISHED: 07:00 14 February 2016 | UPDATED: 08:46 16 February 2016

This is what Honiton looks like now, but the Neighbourhood Plan will help create what it looks like in the future. Ref mhh 5007-44-15SH. Picture: Simon Horn.

This is what Honiton looks like now, but the Neighbourhood Plan will help create what it looks like in the future. Ref mhh 5007-44-15SH. Picture: Simon Horn.

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There are some great views in East Devon but can you recognise where they are?

The view towards Seaton seafront from the cliffs at Beer.  Photo by Simon Horn.The view towards Seaton seafront from the cliffs at Beer. Photo by Simon Horn.

Over the years, Herald photographers have taken many pictures of East Devon.

So, just for a bit of fun, we are asking how well you know some of the views.

Here we are publishing some pictures from across the Midweek Herald patch, and we have identified the more obvious ones.

There are no prizes, but if you know where the four unidentified pictures are, just place your answers in the comments section.

We will publish the answers on Saturday, February 20.

Have fun.

The Minster, in Axminster. Picture: Alex WaltonThe Minster, in Axminster. Picture: Alex Walton

Seaton coastline.Picture: Alex WaltonSeaton coastline.Picture: Alex Walton

1. High Street, but in which town? Picture: Alex Walton1. High Street, but in which town? Picture: Alex Walton

2. A town centre feature. Picture: Alex Walton2. A town centre feature. Picture: Alex Walton

3. Looking back at a river estuary. Picture: Terry Ife3. Looking back at a river estuary. Picture: Terry Ife

4. Do you know where this is? Picture: Alex Walton4. Do you know where this is? Picture: Alex Walton


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