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Levant Tin Mine, Cornwall
England

The warmth of this panorama is a complete contrast from the feel of the one taken nearby. Well worth the visit, but don't tell anyone as too many people would spoil it...

Copyright: Tom Hurley
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Загружена: 06/02/2009
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Tags: levant tin mine; levant; lands end; cornwall; uk; tin mine; lighthouse
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