Tintagel Castle footbridge built by English Heritage in Cornwall
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Cornwall: English Heritage builds Tintagel Castle footbridge

A dramatic footbridge connecting two halves of Tintagel Castle on the north coast of Cornwall - the legendary birth place of King Arthur - is opening on Sunday.

Built by English Heritage, it is a mirror of the original land bridge that would have connected the island to the mainland more than 500 years ago.

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  • 08 Aug 2019
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