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Vintage Art Print featuring the digital art Nautical Journey-a by Jean Plout Vintage Nautical, Vintage Maps, Antique Maps, Nautical Theme, Nautical Artwork, Vintage Canvas, Ancient Maps, Image St Valentin, Old Maps

Nautical Journey-a by Jean Plout

Designed by Jean Plout, beautiful vintage ship with antique map for background.

Helford River in Cornwall, England Devon And Cornwall, Cornwall England, Yorkshire England, Yorkshire Dales, England Ireland, England Uk, London England, Skye Scotland, Highlands Scotland

Helford River

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Waterside houses in the picturesque village of Helford, in south Cornwall New Zealand Landscape, Yorkshire England, Yorkshire Dales, Devon And Cornwall, Kingdom Of Great Britain, Paradise On Earth, England And Scotland, London Photos, English Countryside

Helford, Cornwall

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With Gweek, Helston and the Lizard on one side and Port Navas, Penryn and Truro on the other this milestone must be in Constantine West Cornwall, Devon And Cornwall, Yorkshire England, Yorkshire Dales, Oxford England, London England, Skye Scotland, Highlands Scotland, Amigurumi

Constantine Milestone

With Gweek, Helston and the Lizard on one side and Port Navas, Penryn and Truro on the other this milestone must be in Constantine

Trelowarren House in Cornwall Daphne du Maurier's inspiration for Navron House in Frenchman's Creek Places Around The World, Around The Worlds, Beautiful Homes, Beautiful Places, England Ireland, Grand Homes, Interesting Buildings, Filming Locations, Cornwall

Trelowarren House

Trelowarren House has been in the hands of the Vyvyan family since the early 15th century. Like most grand houses of this era it has been added to and modified over the centuries. The estate here far predates the house and evidence of settlement, in the form of Halligye fougou, goes even further back. The view here has the chapel in the foreground which adjoins the house itself.