Landslips and encroachments of the sea have dealt hardly with Amalfi.
There have been landslips which have altered its course and made its torrents.
At dangerous spots, where landslips may be expected, small white flags are stuck up.
Along the flanks of a small valley in this district there appears to have been an almost uninterrupted line of landslips.
On our way we passed two landslips which encroached a good deal on the river, each forming a small rapid round its base.
This seemed scarcely possible, but it might, I acknowledged, have been so changed by landslips as to be unrecognisable.
Our step was simply a small ledge in this wilderness of broken black rocks; above us and below us were precipices and landslips.
A greenish mildew marks the fissures in the walls, rent here and there by landslips and earthquakes.
The snow hid many holes in the ice or dangerous rocks, while landslips had carried away large portions of the path.
The cliff, sunken in places, exhibits the effect of landslips in rough slopes and ugly heaps.