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Map The Miner
Australia

Map the Miner, named after Map Kernow the Son of Cornwall, is an 8 metre high statue at the entrance of Kapunda. The statue depicts a Cornish Miner who played a vital role in the rich copper mining history of this South Australian town and its surrounds 79 kilometres north of Adelaide.

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Uploaded: 20/07/2010
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