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Carn Brea Monument Panorama
England

Carn Brea is a granite tor in mid-Cornwall, overlooking the former mining areas of Camborne and Redruth. At the highest point of the tor, a monument has been built in memory of Francis Basset of Tehidy. A stretch of the coast is visible from this west side of the monument, ranging from St Agnes Beacon in the north, to St Ives Bay in the south.

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