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St Pirans Cross

By MEM
St Pirans cross is around 8 feet tall and believed to date from around 900 AD and is near the buried remains of St Pirans oratory on Penhale Sands near Perranporth Cornwall.

St Piran is the patron saint of tin miners and regarded as the national saint of Cornwall.
St Pirans flag is a white cross on a black background and a St Pirans day is held every year in Cornwall on the 5th March.

Tags: Cornwall General Celtic cross Perranporth St piran Landscape and travel

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14 Jul 2012 8:07PM
nice click....
udayan.........Grin
Irishkate Plus
11 45 121 United Kingdom
14 Jul 2012 10:25PM
Love this simple image.
Nice soft tones and textures.
KateGrin

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