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| Zennor Hill and Carn Zennor |
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|Description ||This unusual cup-shaped stone sits at the far end of Zennor Hill closest to the sea and is part of a larger arrangement of stratified tors. It makes a vertical accent to a stone 'room' formed from low lying natural stone walls. It contains a long narrow rock basin at the bottom of the concave cupped area. A small hole on its south western edge projects the sun across this cupped surface to produce a triangular illumination.|
| Thank-you for these rexh, just when we think there can't be any more unusual sites in Cornwall, someone comes along and finds more. Nice observation of the sunlight.|
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