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Some more views of Robin Hood's Bay
Robin Hood's Bay is a coastal bay and picturesque fishing village (often referred to as "Bay Town" to differentiate from the bay itself) which is situated between Whitby and Scarborough on the Yorkshire Coast.
The fishing village takes its name from the bay on which it is situated, though any association with the popular folk hero of Robin Hood remains shrouded in mystery.
At the south end of the bay lies Ravenscar - a failed attempt to create a 19th century coastal resort to rival the likes of Scarborough.
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