Category:Clovelly

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Deutsch: Clovelly ist ein Fischerdorf an der Nordostküste Devons in Großbritannien. Es wurde vor allem durch den Roman Westward Ho von Charles Kingsley bekannt. Auch Charles Dickens beschreibt in seinem Buch A message from the sea die raue Gegend um Clovelly.
English: Clovelly is a village on the North Devon coast, England, about 12 miles west of Bideford. It is a major tourist attraction, famous for its history and beauty, its extremely steep car-free cobbled main street, donkeys, and its location looking out over the Bristol Channel. Thick woods shelter it and render the climate so mild that even tender plants flourish. As of the 2001 Census, Clovelly had a total population of 1,616.
NOTE: There is also a place Clovelly in Australia. See Category:Clovelly, New South Wales
Português: Clovelly é um vilarejo localizado na costa do distrito de North Devon, em Devon, Inglaterra. Fica cerca de vinte milhas à oeste de Bideford.
Clovelly 
village in Devon, UK
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Instance of village,
carfree city,
civil parish
LocationTorridge, Devon, Devon, South West England, England, UK
Said to be the same as
official website
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50° 59′ 24″ N, 4° 24′ 00″ W

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