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The Cornish peninsula is at the south-western tip of Great Britain

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Cornwall: Cornwallceremonial county and unitary authority area of England within the United Kingdom. Cornwall is a peninsula bordered to the north and west by the Celtic Sea,[1] to the south by the English Channel, and to the east by the county of Devon, over the River Tamar. Cornwall is also a royal duchy of the United Kingdom. It has an estimated population of half a million and it has its own distinctive history and culture.

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General referenceEdit

Geography of CornwallEdit

Geography of Cornwall

Environment of CornwallEdit

Natural geographic features of CornwallEdit

Extreme pointsEdit
Beaches of CornwallEdit
Bodies of water of CornwallEdit
Islands of CornwallEdit
 
Scilly Isles: map by John Bartholomew

Wildlife of CornwallEdit

Flora of CornwallEdit
Fauna of CornwallEdit
Wildlife conservationEdit

Places in CornwallEdit

Places in Cornwall

Towns and settlements in CornwallEdit

Further places of interestEdit

  indicates Access Land

Demography of CornwallEdit

Politics of CornwallEdit

Politics of Cornwall

Elections in CornwallEdit

Government of CornwallEdit

Local government districts in CornwallEdit

ConstituenciesEdit

Cornish politiciansEdit

Law and order in CornwallEdit

Law enforcement in CornwallEdit

Royal titlesEdit

Military in CornwallEdit

History of CornwallEdit

History of Cornwall

History of Cornwall by periodEdit

History of Cornwall by subjectEdit

DisastersEdit

Culture of CornwallEdit

Culture of Cornwall

The arts in CornwallEdit

Architecture in CornwallEdit

Castles and houses in CornwallEdit
Lighthouses in CornwallEdit

Literature of CornwallEdit

Literature in Cornish

Cornish folkloreEdit

Cornish folklore

Media in CornwallEdit

Media in Cornwall

Music of CornwallEdit

Cornish music

Cuisine of CornwallEdit

Cuisine of Cornwall

Icons of CornwallEdit

 
Flag of Cornwall.

Language in CornwallEdit

Cornish words and namesEdit

Linguistics organizationsEdit

LinguistsEdit

People of CornwallEdit

Noble and notable familiesEdit

Religion in CornwallEdit

Sport in CornwallEdit

Economy and infrastructure of CornwallEdit

Transport in CornwallEdit

Healthcare in CornwallEdit

Education in CornwallEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ International Hydrographic Organization

External linksEdit

  Wikimedia Atlas of Cornwall