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Thursday, 5-Jan-2006 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Mevagissey 50 16' 12,69'' N 04 47' 14,71'' W

Cat in a Boat
 
 
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Mevagissey, a magical place for your holiday. A traditional Cornish fishing village, where you can wander the narrow alleyways, browse gift shops and art galleries, try the local ale in one of the many pubs, have a fine dinner in one of the excellent restaurants and finally a walk around the moon lit harbour. The perfect setting for a perfect Cornish holiday.


Tuesday, 3-Jan-2006 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Tintagel - 50 40' 03,32'' N 4 45' 40,41'' W

Chegada
Front Gate
 
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When the conquering Normans reached the westernmost land of England they heard that the ancient seat of Cornwall's kings had stood atop this soaring headland, surrounded on three sides by the ceaseless surge of the Atlantic. So in propaganda terms it made sense for Earl Richard of Cornwall, younger brother of Henry III, to build a castle on the spot where his legendary predecessors had held court. There was no strategic reason for the choice, as there had been for the other Norman castles in Cornwall, Launceston and Restormel - and Earl Richard rarely stayed there.
According to one legend the infant Arthur was thrown by the waves on the beach by Merlin's cave. King Arthur's time in history was in the fifth century. He is identified with the known history of a Celtic chieftain of the period who led his countrymen in the West in their resistance against Saxon invaders. Many believe that Arthur was of a mixed Roman and British parentage.
It is always difficult to prove if Arthur did exist but certainly there was a great warrior in the West of England who had some kind of fortress where Tintagel Castle, (King Arthur's Castle) is today. The original fortress has gone but archaeologists have found proof in their diggings on the Tintagel Castle, that fifth century citizens lived on the site. The replacement Castle was built between 1230-1236 & is now nearly 800 years old. Within two hundred years the Castle was in ruins & remains so to this day. Earl Richard of Cornwall paid for the construction of the Castle & it is owned by the Duke of Cornwall.


Thursday, 29-Dec-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Roche Rock And Roche Chapel

Roche Rock
Roche Rock
City Chapel
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Same place + the city chapel


Wednesday, 28-Dec-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Fuga de Esbornia - Roche 50 24' 20."N 4 49' 27.44"W

Roche, pelo Sul
 
 
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Capela do seculo XV, dedicada a St Michael. O maluco que a construiu viveu nas esbornia, mulheres bebibas etc, depois cansou pegou lepra e resolveu se esconder ai em 1409.
Existe algumas historias de fantasmas e assombracoes ai. Como a do mineiro que estava fugindo dos Caes do Inferno e se refugiou ai... o que aconteceu com ele ninguem sabe.


Tuesday, 28-Jun-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Um pouco de narcisismo

 
 
 
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Narcisismo
s. m.,
amor excessivo e mórbido à própria pessoa, e particularmente ao próprio físico.

será?


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