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Ruins are the remains of human-made architecture: structures that were once complete, as time went by, have fallen into a state of partial or complete disrepair (wiki), Show us the most beautiful ruins Explain in the description part or with the title what we see.
Saturday, 8th October, 2011 (GMT)
Saturday, 15th October, 2011 –
Friday, 21st October, 2011
Saturday, 22nd October, 2011 –
Friday, 28th October, 2011
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Cornwall today does not have any productive working tin mines. It was over the past centuries Cornwall's main stay industry. As mines closed when the price of tin hits low prices and was also cheaper to mine in other parts of the world, Cornish miners would leave their beloved county and find work around the world. Cornish miner were reknowned for the mining abilities. The saying is still heard in Cornwall ''Down every hole in the ground from Bolivia to Australia you will find a Cornish decendent '' The cornish coast has many mines who's tunnels often extended for many miles out under the sea bed. These building left were the engine houses to operate the steam operated machinery.
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