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Plymouth Hoe Terrace
England

Step down off Plymouth's promenade and you find yourself on this tiered terrace with a wonderful view and remarkable peace and quiet.

Watch the ships come and go, or simply watch people come and go. Either way, it's a good place to be when the sun is shining...

Copyright: Tom hurley
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Uploaded: 22/10/2009
Updated: 09/04/2012
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