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The black flag with the white cross is the banner of Saint Piran, and is now recognized as the national flag of Cornwall

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St Michael's Mount a former Benedictine priory and castle
St Michael's Mount is Cornwall's fairy tale isle with a former Benedictine priory and castle. The castle is linked to the mainland by a granite causeway

Daphne du Maurier famous for the three novels, Jamaica Inn, Frenchman's Creek and Rebecca
Daphne Du Maurier a famous novelist who was inspired by her love of Cornwall

The Zennor Mermaid
the Zennor Mermaid is the most documented mermaid in Cornwall. There is a carving of the Zennor mermaid on the 15th century bench ends in Zennor Church

Eden project  is a spectacular global botanical garden and education centre set within a former china clay quarry overlooking St Austell bay
the eden project the world famous horticultural domes set within a former china clay quarry

Minack theatre built in the style of an ancient Roman amphitheatre by the late Rowena Cade
The Minack Theatre in Porthcurno is entertainment with a view of the sea

The Camel trail
The Camel Trail is over five miles of cycle trail from a disused railway line beside the River Camel, linking the towns of Bodmin, Wadebridge and Padstow


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St Ives
St Ives is a picturesque resort in the far West of Cornwall, famous for its artists. The sculptor Barbara Hepworth lived and worked in St Ives

Ross and Demelza from the  famous BBC TV  series Poldark
Poldark was one of the most successful BBC British television dramas of all time. All three Poldark series are based on the novels by Winston Graham

lanyon  Quoit between Penzance and Lands End
Standing Stones and ancient circles in Cornwall may have been of religious or political significance

Tate Gallery  Porthmeor  beach St. Ives
the Tate Gallery is a modern and contemporary art gallery overlooking Porthmeor beach in St Ives

Cornish pasties
the Cornish Pasty originally evolved as the working lunch for the tin miners to take underground

Cornish chough
the Cornish Choughs are deeply rooted in Cornish culture and they are depicted on the countys coat of arms



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