for its rugged coastline and the decaying ruins of Victorian tin
mines, Cornwall possesses all the qualities to ensure it remains
a popular holiday destination for the rest of the UK. Fishing villages
first constructed by Celts still remain in place after hundreds
of years, while ancient stones monuments stand proud over the land,
often close to rough flint and granite churches. For many, Cornwall
will always be known as the land of giants and piskies...
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