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Month: March 2012

Charlestown, Cornwall – Home of Tall Ships

Charlestown, Cornwall – Home of Tall Ships

Over the centuries, with its hidden harbors and towering cliffs,  Cornwall has been home to fishermen, traders, sailors, smugglers, and pirates. Every cove seems to have a port or fishing village, each with a rich, colorful history. Perhaps one of the most unique is the tiny village of Charlestown, on the south coast not far from the Eden Project, where three tall-masted ships sit in the harbor. Two hundred years ago, the fishing village of West Polmear, with its three cottages…

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