Category:Mount Hawke and Mithian
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English: Mount Hawke is an old copper mining village in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, approximately 2.5 miles (3 km) from the Atlantic coast at Porthtowan, 7 miles from Truro. Mount Hawke is known locally as the "Golden Triangle", which consists of Mount Hawke, St. Agnes and Porthtowan, and has stunning views across St Agnes Beacon and glimpses of the sea.
Mithian is a village in Cornwall. It is about six miles (9.6 km) northeast of Redruth and a mile east of St Agnes.
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- ► Mithian (1 C, 18 F)
Media in category "Mount Hawke and Mithian"
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- Countryside East of Mount Hawke - geograph.org.uk - 281906.jpg 640 × 427; 122 KB
- Mobile Phone Mast at Two Burrows - geograph.org.uk - 272976.jpg 640 × 426; 62 KB
- Mount Hawke Church - geograph.org.uk - 272495.jpg 640 × 427; 96 KB