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Port Isaac - Fishermens' Cottages
England

Port Isaac is a picturesque fishing village on the North Cornwall coast. It has been used for many film and TV locations, including <em>Oscar and Lucinda<,em>, <em>Saving Grace</em>, <em>Poldark</em> and <em>Doc Martin</em>. Port Isaac is also the home of the sea-shanty singers, Fisherman's Friends.

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Uploaded: 29/03/2013
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