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The Anglican Parish Church at Ripley, Derbyshire.

Ripley

in the county of Derbyshire

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Croyde

a Picturesque Village in the county of Devon

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in the county of Cornwall
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Truro, Cornwall

Truro (41 Pictures) a Historic Market Town in the county of Cornwall

(3.8 miles, 6.1 km, direction NE of Bissoe)

Truro, today is Cornwall's unofficial capital and adminstrative centre but in the Middle Ages Truro was one of the towns which controlled Cornwall's flourishing tin mining industry...

The harbour at Falmouth, Cornwall

Falmouth (97 Pictures) a Seaside Town in the county of Cornwall

(6.0 miles, 9.7 km, direction S of Bissoe)

Think of Falmouth and you immediately think of the sparkling sea in a bay alive with busy colourful pleasure and sailing boats all jostling along in bright sunshine. You think.....

St Mawes in Cornwall

St Mawes (61 Pictures) in the county of Cornwall

(6.9 miles, 11.2 km, direction SE of Bissoe)

St. Mawes is the stuff picture postcards are made of, the sunlight reflecting on the frothy ocean waves, the warm sea breezes, dreamy thatched cottages overlooking the bay...

View of Portreath harbour, Cornwall

Portreath (54 Pictures) a Seaside Town in the county of Cornwall

(7.6 miles, 12.3 km, direction W of Bissoe)

Portreath lies on Cornwall's magnificent North-western coast, it occupies a picture-postcard valley setting of woods, streams and fine rural meadow-land, with its crowning glory being the beach lying beneath rugged cliffs topped with springy turf and heathers...

Portloe

Portloe (5 Pictures) a Picturesque Village in the county of Cornwall

(10.2 miles, 16.4 km, direction E of Bissoe)

"One of the least spoiled and most impressive of Cornish fishing villages" - Sir John Betjeman (famous poet 1906-1984)..

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Truro, Cornwall. Truro Cathedral from the river

Truro Cathedral (23 Pictures)

(4.1 miles, 6.6 km, direction NE)

A former 16th-century parish church once stood on the site of this sumptuous cathedral, which was designed by John Loughborough.....

Callestock Cider Farm, Penhallow, Cornwall. 1996.

Callestock Cider Farm (5 Pictures)

(5.4 miles, 8.7 km, direction N)

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Carn Brae, Redruth, Cornwall, on a beautiful clear day

Carn Brae Castle (6 Pictures)

(5.7 miles, 9.2 km, direction W)

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Cornish Beam Engine, Pool, Cornwall - National Trust

Cornish Mines and Engines (4 Pictures)

(6.3 miles, 10.1 km, direction W)

This museum set on lonely cliffs far above the swirling Atlantic Ocean is where visitors to the area can learn all about.....

Pendennis Castle, Pendennis Point, Falmouth, Cornwall

Pendennis Castle (11 Pictures)

(6.8 miles, 10.9 km, direction SE)

Built at the side of a naturally deep harbour Pendennis Castle forms one of Henry VIII's coastal defences, built to guard against.....

St Mawes Castle - the sea view.

St Mawes Castle (12 Pictures)

(6.8 miles, 11.0 km, direction SE)

Built by Henry VIII between 1540-45 due to the threat of invasion from Catholic France and Spain. Built as one of a pair, their.....

St. Anthony's Lighthouse. near Falmouth, England

St Anthony Head (1 Pictures)

(7.8 miles, 12.6 km, direction SE)

One of the world's largest natural harbours...


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