Mevagissey harbour  Visiting Cornwall Logo - background is part of Bodmin Moor as seen from Jamaica Inn at Altarnun. The road in the picture is the main A30 through Cornwall. Eden Project near St Austell 

Geographical Links throughout the County of Cornwall

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  These pages list most of the towns and villages in Cornwall.
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  INDIAN QUEENS is on the A30 / A39 intersection near St Columb. The Indian Queen was reputed to have been Pocohontas but an old inscription which once appeared above the porch of the former Indian Queens public house (later Dean's Temperance Hotel) referred to her as a Portuguese princess, who landed at Falmouth from a packet ship and slept at the inn on her way to London. It is assumed that her dark olive skin caused her to be mistaken for an Indian. Also in Indian Queens is Queen's Pit. This is a similar amphitheatre to Gwennap Pit near Redruth but smaller in size. It too was used by the early Methodist preachers for open-air services.  
  The ISLES OF SCILLY are situated about 28 miles south-west of Land's End. Comprising about a hundred islands but only five inhabited ones - St Mary's, Tresco, St Martin's, St Agnes and Bryher.  

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