St Mawes Castle Cornwall 2010
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St Mawes Castle Cornwall 2010

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St Mawes Castle in Cornwall is amongst the best preserved of Henry VIII’s coastal artillery fortresses, and the most elaborately decorated of them all. A great place for a picnic and great views.

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