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Mousehole Photo Gallery

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Fishing boats bob at anchor in Mousehole harbour

Simple whitewashed buildings line the harbour

Entrance to tiny Mousehole Harbour

Fanciful inn sign in Mousehole illustrates the nautical nature of life in this small Cornish coastal village

Memorial to Dolly Pentreath (d. 1777) in the churchyard at Paul, just outside Mousehole. Dolly Pentreath was the last known person to speak Cornish as her native language.

Interior of the church at Paul, which also serves Mousehole

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