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Land’s End and Longships, England



Land’s End  is a  narrow piece of land that projects from a coastline into the sea (a small settlement in west Cornwall has the same name), Land’s End is as west as you can go within the main English island (not including other islands in the United Kingdom). Land’s End is situated on the Penwith peninsula. while standing on the shore of Land’s End there is a group of rocky islets that can be seen (around 2 km into the sea west of Land’s End) the groups name is Longships, and each Rock has a name - Cein, Farkell Carn, Tal-y-maen, Carn Bras, Herly, Plassek, Meinek.
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For more information visit Wikipedia - Longships and Wikipedia - Land’s End
Land’s End and Longships, England
Land’s End and Longships, England

Land’s End and Longships, England
Land’s End and Longships, England

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