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Castles & Historic Monuments


St. Mawes, Cornwall, TR2 5DE

Built in the time of Henry VIII, this well-preserved coastal fortress was intended to protect Falmouth and its anchorage from invasion by the French.

On the opposite headlands stands Pendennis Castle and between them are uninterrupted views.