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St Mawes Cornish Lannvowsedh is a small town opposite Falmouth on the Roseland Peninsula on the south coast of Cornwall England United Kingdom.

Penzance Pennsans holy headland in the Cornish language refers to the location of a chapel nowadays called St Anthonys that is said to have stood over a thousand years ago on the headland to the west of what became Penzance Harbour.

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