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Callington (Cornish: Kelliwik) is a civil parish and town in southeast Cornwall about 7 miles (11 km) north of Saltash and 9 miles (14 km) south of Launceston. Callington parish had a population of 4,783 in 2001, according to the 2001 census. Geography: The town is situated in east Cornwall between Dartmoor to the east and Bodmin Moor to the west. A former agricultural market town, it lies at the intersection of the south-north A388 Saltash to Launceston road and the east-west A390…

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Rhossili Bay retains best UK beach title and comes ninth in world league

Rhossili beach in Gower, Wales has been named best beach in the UK and in the top 10 worldwide in a survey by TripAdvisor.

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Pompeii is in the campania region of italy located on the italian peninsula with mediterrenea sea west includes small phlegraen islands and capri.it is now the most densely populated region in the country. Camania was colonized by ancient greeks was part of magna Graecia maintaining greco-roman culture during roman era. campania derived from latin the romans knew the region as campania felix = fertile countryside.

The Hurlers (Cornish: An Hurlysi) is a group of three stone circles in Cornwall. The site is half-a-mile (0.8 km) west of the village of Minions on the eastern flank of Bodmin Moor, and approximately four miles (6 km) north of Liskeard. The Hurlers are in the Caradon district north of Liskeard near the village of Minions on the southern edge of Bodmin Moor in Cornwall. Just to the west of the circles are two standing stones known as the Pipers. Nearby are Rillaton Barrow and Trethevy Quoit…

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Truthan House is a house near St Erme in Cornwall. The house is 18th century with some 19th century alterations; it has a five-bay granite front with a Tuscan porch.

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Crying The Neck is a harvest festival tradition practised in the Duchy of Cornwall. The tradition was also once popular in the county of Devon, but its practice there has since died out. The tradition was revived in the early twentieth century by the Old Cornwall Society. In The Story of Cornwall, by Kenneth Hamilton Jenkin, the following explanation is given on the practice: "In those days the whole of the reaping had to be done either with the hook or scythe. The harvest, in consequence…

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Penzance (/pɛnˈzæns/; Cornish: Pennsans) is a town, civil parish and port in Cornwall. It is well known for being the most westerly major town in Cornwall and is approximately 75 miles (121 km) west of Plymouth and 300 miles (480 km) west-southwest of London. Situated in the shelter of Mount's Bay, the town faces south-east onto the English Channel, is bordered to the west by the fishing port of Newlyn, to the north by the civil parish of Madron and to the east by the civil parish of…

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