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Men an Tol
Men an Tol stone in Gweek,
Cornwall UK


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Cottages in Cadgwith
Thatched cottages in Cadgwith,
Cornwall UK

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Humphrey Davy statue
Humphrey Davy statue in Penzance. A famous Cornish inventor and scientist.
Cornwall UK

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Botallack
Cornwall, England, is famous for it's 19th century Tin and Copper Mines. Botallack Mine near St Just and at the far tip of Cornwall is built at the bottom of a cliff and the mine workings went under the sea.

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