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village in the United Kingdom
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LocationCornwall, South West England, England, UK
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50° 05′ 28.68″ N, 5° 38′ 36.24″ W

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Deutsch: Crows-an-Wra ( kornisch: Krows an Wragh, "Kreuzung der Hexe") ist ein Weiler der Pfarrgemeinde St Buryan in der Grafschaft Cornwall in England.
English: The hamlet consists of a main cluster of dwellings about 5 miles (8 km) along the A30 from Penzance, as well as some others more distant including those at Boscarne. The name Crows-an-Wra translates from the Cornish as "witches crossing" and there is evidence that the site was important in neolithic times, including a nearby celtic cross and a holy well. The hamlet once had its own methodist chapel, but this has since fallen into disuse and has subsequently been converted into housing.

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