Truro is a historic market town and Cornwall's only city. It is also the administrative centre for the county. The city's Cathedral, completed in 1910, incorporates part of the older 16th-century parish church and blends well with the surrounding Georgian streets, of which Lemon Street is one of the best-preserved examples in England. The old Assembly rooms, located to the North the cathedral, are built of Bath stone and date from 1772. The building is now used as a bakers.
Boscawen Street, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 2NE. Tel: 01872 274 555
A modern 19th-century Cathedral of Gothic design.
The Royal Cornwall Museum, located in River Street, provides exhibits of Cornish archaeology, geology, wildlife, social history and crafts. It contains drawings and paintings by Rubens, Canaletto and other local artists.
Bedruthan Steps | Bodmin Moor | Cadgwith Cove | Cornwall Coastal Footpath | Eden Project | Kynance Cove | Land's End | Lanyon Quoit | Lizard Peninsula | Lizard Lighthouse | Pendennis Castle | Restormel Castle | St Michael's Mount | Tintagel Castle | Tolverne Cottage | Antony House | Caerhays Castle | Cotehele | Lanhydrock | Lost Gardens of Heligan | Mount Edgcombe House | Pencarrow House | Prideaux Place | Trebah Gardens
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