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The name Penzance is derived from the Cornish per san, meaning "holy headland", it is the principal town on the Land's End peninsula.

It was the birthplace of chemist Sir Humphry Davy.

Places of interest:

Penlee House - an art gallery and museum, notable for its collection of paintings by members of the Newlyn School.



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