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Cornwall is located in the south west of England, jutting into the Atlantic Ocean, Cornwall is almost completely surrounded by sea and has over 300 miles of coastline. It has a population of over 500,000 people. Cornwall borders the county of Devon at the River Tamar.

Cornwall is home to one of the UK’s most westerly points, Land's End, and the Isles of Scilly even further west. The Lizard Peninsula is the UK’s most southerly point, with Kynance Cove a popular attraction.

Cornwall is famous for cream teas, water sports like surfing at Newquay, the wilderness of Bodmin Moor and the dynamic local art scene. Walkers also explore Cornwall, with the South West Coast Path a popular route. Cornwall is also famous for its Celtic history.

Cornwall’s landscape has recently been awarded World Heritage Site status and is punctuated by reminders of its mining history.

Cornwall is has been and is currently home to a number of famous residents including famous author J.B Priestley, who wrote many novels and plays in Corwall including An Inspector Calls. Other notable people include Bob Fitzsimmons (Boxer), Henry Borne (painter) and Richard Lower (inventor).

Cornwall has many busy coastal towns. Its only official city is Truro, although St Austell has a larger population. Other major towns in Cornwall include Bodmin, Bude and Falmouth.

Towns in Cornwall

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