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  • Stained Glass - Truro Cathedral
    Stained Glass - Truro Cathedral
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  • Stained Glass - ruro Cathedral
    Stained Glass - ruro Cathedral
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  • Stained Glass - Truro Cathedral
    Stained Glass - Truro Cathedral
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  • 1. Riverside Walk - The Truro River

    We found a pathway alongside the Truro River and took a short walk to view activity around the river. The first thing to come to my attention was that its level is subject to tides. Like all towns...

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  • 2. Stained Glass - Truro Cathedral

    We enjoy visiting Cathedrals and old churches as they provide amazing works of art. Many Cathedrals and Churches were built 4 or 5 centuries ago and one marvels at the ability to build such large...

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  • 3. City of Lights - Lantern Festival

    November can be one of the most miserable months of the year but around the third week into the month the ‘City of Lights’ festival lifts the gloom with a...

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  • 4. History of Truro

    There has been a town here since the 12th century when Richard Lucy, Chief Justice of England in the reign of Henry II, built a castle at the top of what is now...

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  • 5. Truro is Located HERE

    When you have driven this far in England, you don't have to drive very much further to reach the Ocean! Truro (the 'black' dot in the map) is centrally located...

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  • 6. Cornish Cyder Farm

    We went for a look round the Cornish Cyder Farm at Penhallow, Truro.You can either pay for a guided tour and a tractor ride through 100 acres of farmland and 20...

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  • 7. Whats in a Name?

    The name of Truro, comes from Tri-veru meaning three rivers which includes the Rivers Kenwyn and Allen. Truro is set at the head of Truro River on the Fal...

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  • 8. Coinage Hall

    The present Victorian building is on the site of the 14th century Coinage Hall. Tin was produced in the surrounding areas from the early 13th century and Truro...

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  • 9. Lemon Street

    Lemon Street, built in 1801, was a new road for the ever increasing mail coaches that had great difficulty negotiating the existing steep routes into the town....

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  • 10. Lemon Quay

    This is the main pedestrianised square in Truro where markets are held - but not the day we were there, hence the wide open space.

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