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Rocky Valey, Cornwall, UK

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A: Rocky Valey, Cornwall, UK

i Kristof作, ここから50メートル

Rocky Valey, Cornwall, UK

B: Rocky Valey

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Rocky Valey

C: Bossiney Haven, Cornwall

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A hard, steep climb past a waterfall to this deserted beach which is not safe for swimming during an ...

Bossiney Haven, Cornwall

D: Tintagel, The Cornish Coastal Path

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This is part of the spectacular Cornish coastal path, overlooking Willapark on the right and and acro...

Tintagel, The Cornish Coastal Path

E: Rocky Valley, Cornwall

John Willetts ARPS作, ここから610メートル

This is just about as far as you can go without getting swept out to sea. The narrow seaward opening ...

Rocky Valley, Cornwall

F: Tintagel, Cornwall

John Willetts ARPS作, 1.5kmかなた

Tintagel exploits the legends of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table. It is the site of th...

Tintagel, Cornwall

G: St Petroc's Church, Trevalga, Cornwall

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The small church of St Petroc, Trevalga, dating from the late 12th century, is situated on the North ...

St Petroc's Church, Trevalga, Cornwall

H: St Symphorian's Church, Tintagel, Cornwall

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Standing on a hill overlooking the sea, about half a mile west of Tintagel, St Symphorian's is an anc...

St Symphorian's Church, Tintagel, Cornwall

I: St Symphorian's Church, Forrabury, Cornwall

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Situated on a hill just to the west of Boscastle St Symphorian's church originally dates from the Nor...

St Symphorian's Church, Forrabury, Cornwall

J: Trebarwith Strand, Cornwall

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Trebarwith Strand is a stretch of beach on the North Cornwall coast between Port Isaac to the south a...

Trebarwith Strand, Cornwall

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Do not confuse the EU with the Council of Europe, which has 47 member states and dates to 1949. These two bodies share the same flag, national anthem, and mission of integrating Europe. The headquarters of the Council are located in Strasbourg, France, and it is most famous for its European Court of Human Rights.

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