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St Knet's Church, Lesnewth, Cornwall
England

Near the picuresque village of Boscastle on the North Cornwall coast, the church of St Knet at Lesnewth is in a beautiful setting with old Celtic crosses in the grounds.

Copyright: Roy reed
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Chargée: 01/06/2011
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Tags: church; cornwall; st knet; lesnewth; boscastle
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