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Stock Photo #4282-29107, England, Cornwall, Rosemergy. Remains of the 19th-century Carn Galver tin mine including an engine house with a tapering stone and redbrick chimney.
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England, Cornwall, Rosemergy. Remains of the 19th-century Carn Galver tin mine including an engine house with a tapering ston...
England, Cornwall, Rosemergy. Remains of the 19th-century Carn Galver tin mine including an engine house with a tapering stone and redbrick chimney.
Stock Photo #1566-523738, Men an Tol, Megalithic Monument nr Morva, Cornwall, England, UK
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Men an Tol, Megalithic Monument nr Morva, Cornwall, England, UK
Stock Photo #4282-8363, England, Cornwall, Penzance. Lanyon Quoit, believed to be a ritual funeral site, dating from the Neolithic period (3500-2500BC).
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England, Cornwall, Penzance. Lanyon Quoit, believed to be a ritual funeral site, dating from the Neolithic period (3500-2500B...
England, Cornwall, Penzance. Lanyon Quoit, believed to be a ritual funeral site, dating from the Neolithic period (3500-2500BC).
Stock Photo #4282-8362, England, Cornwall, Penzance. Lanyon Quoit, believed to be a ritual funeral site, dating from the Neolithic period (3500-2500BC).
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England, Cornwall, Penzance. Lanyon Quoit, believed to be a ritual funeral site, dating from the Neolithic period (3500-2500B...
England, Cornwall, Penzance. Lanyon Quoit, believed to be a ritual funeral site, dating from the Neolithic period (3500-2500BC).
Stock Photo #4187-29253, Chun Castle in Cornwall,Original caption: High on Penwith Moor with spectacular views, the impressive remains of Chun Castle are still apparent. Originally over 250 feet in diameter with walls eighteen feet high, this hillfort is entirely built of stone and would have once domina
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Chun Castle in Cornwall,Original caption: High on Penwith Moor with spectacular views, the impressive remains of Chun Castle ...
Chun Castle in Cornwall,Original caption: High on Penwith Moor with spectacular views, the impressive remains of Chun Castle are still apparent. Originally over 250 feet in diameter with walls eighteen feet high, this hillfort is entirely built of stone and would have once domina
Stock Photo #1899-64684, Men-an-Tol in the form of male and female genetalia, It is believed that the earth's vibrations pass through the megalith giving it curative properties. The hole is seen as the threshold between life and death or the birth canal from which all life emerges. To this day women crawl through hoping to become pregnant. England. Prehistoric. Morvah, Cornwall.
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Men-an-Tol in the form of male and female genetalia, It is believed that the earth's vibrations pass through the megalith giv...
Men-an-Tol in the form of male and female genetalia, It is believed that the earth's vibrations pass through the megalith giving it curative properties. The hole is seen as the threshold between life and death or the birth canal from which all life emerges. To this day women crawl through hoping to become pregnant. England. Prehistoric. Morvah, Cornwall.

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