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Catriona Neil, Adrian Spalding
111 Places in Cornwall That You Shouldn't Miss
13.5 x 20.5 cm
240 Seiten
ISBN 978-3-7408-1901-9
18,00 € [DE] 18,60 € [AT]
Erscheinungsdatum: 25. April 2024

Catriona Neil, Adrian Spalding

111 Places in Cornwall That You Shouldn't Miss

Travel Guide

This insider's guide will draw you into the rich fabric of Cornwall's history and modern life. The essence of Cornwall is multi-layered. Its undoubted appeal for tourists overshadows a rich and diverse history of world-wide endeavour, cultural activities based on its own language, Methodism, fishing, mining and farming. This guide invites you to explore deeper into this fascinating place, taking you back to the time of King Arthur, to historical film settings and ancient festivals forwards to modern gastronomy, famous artists and brand new technology.

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Catriona Neil

Catriona Neil is a professional ecologist who has lived all her life in Cornwall. Her great love is the coast in all its guises, the natural environment, industrial heritage and unique landscapes. Working on large construction projects in Cornwall has given her a unique insight into its economic activity and where it future lies.

Adrian Spalding

Adrian Spalding runs an environmental consultancy company with Catriona in Cornwall, where he has lived for over 40 years. He is an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Exeter. He has written several books on wildlife and won the Holyer-an-Gof prize for his book on Loe Bar. He has a special interest in the abandoned mining landscapes. He used to host a weekly wildlife programme on Radio Cornwall. His latest book is Understanding wildlife in the modern world – why nature conservation isn't working.

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