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|Description ||August 2004. "Diodorus Sicululs, the Greek historian writing in 70 CE called this island Ictis, and it was from here that Cornish tin was traded with Mediterranean countries." [from Celtic Britain by Homer Sykes, 1997]|
|This is lovely. My parents took me here when I was 10. I loved it. I've had a fasination with Castle's ever since.|
|tamsin wilton |
|although cornish born and bred, it hs taken me until now (aged 53) to visit the mount, with my son and his financee. wish I'd gone sooner, it really is a special and magical place. Heron and egret feed along the causeway at low water too!|
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