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West Penwith, Cornwall
Ancient Penwith
The prehistoric landscape of the Land's End peninsula
Ancient Penwith
Ancient Penwith
The prehistoric landscape of the Land's End Peninsula
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See the Maps of Ancient West Cornwall

Maps of Ancient West Cornwall

West Penwith, Scilly, Kerrier and the Lizard

These maps are all based on two key maps of West Cornwall as a whole. One is of ancient sites and the other shows alignments between those sites. Other maps show different parts of West Cornwall or highlight specific matters of interest. It's a work in progress, subject to change and improvement.

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A tip: on any map, click the three dots at the top of the left-hand column to collapse the map legend.
One of The Pipers at Boleigh
One of the Pipers, near the Merry Maidens
The two main maps:

Alignments of West Cornwall

Area maps

West Penwith:

Isles of Scilly:

Kerrier and Lizard:

Maps showing different breakdowns of the main maps:

The major geomantic framework of alignments in West Cornwall

The main local alignments in West Penwith

Alignments leading to and through stone circles in West Penwith

Alignments involving quoits (cromlechs or dolmens) in northern Penwith

Viewing tips for Google Maps:
  • to zoom in or out, move your mouse wheel by one or two notches, forwards for zooming in.
  • where you place your cursor on the map determines where you zoom in to.
  • click any site or alignment to get further information about it.
  • open the map key to find out about the symbols used on the maps.

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