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Rocky shorelines at Land's End
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Land's End is a headland in western Cornwall, England. It is the westernmost point of mainland Cornwall and England. Land's End is at the end of the Penwith peninsula. It is about eight miles (13 kilometres) west-south-west of Penzance at the western end of the A30 main road. A modern holiday complex has been built nearby.
Land's End is 838 miles (1,349 kilometres) from John o' Groats in Scotland by road.
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