Of South and West.
Cornwall is in the southwest corner of Britain, and has both the southernmost and westernmost points of the British mainland. It is famous for several things;
- Rugged coastline, which makes up around 80% of the Cornish borders.
- Tin mines, which were once the main industry of Cornwall, but are now mainly a historic remnant.
- Cornish pasties, cream teas, ice cream, and clotted cream. Say no more.
- The Cornish language, related to Welsh, but with far less speakers (that in itself is an impressive achievement).
- The desire for Cornwall to become its own country again, like Wales did.
- Land's End; as well as being the westernmost point of England, it is also one end of Land's End to John O'Groats - the two points furthest apart on the British mainland, by road or air.
- Bodmin moor; though overshadowed by the neighbouring Dartmoor and Exmoor, it is well known outside Cornwall.
- St. Ives, known mainly because of its appearence in a riddle.
- Penzance, known because of its appearence in an operette by Gilbert and Sullivan.
- Probably loads of other stuff I forgot.