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Geographical Term Details

Fal (Cornwall)

Definition (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/River_Fal)

The River Fal (Cornish: Dowr Fala) flows through Cornwall, England, rising at Pentevale on Goss Moor (between St. Columb and Roche) and reaching the English Channel at Falmouth. On or near the banks of the Fal are the castles of Pendennis and St Mawes as well as Trelissick Garden. The River Fal separates the Roseland peninsula from the rest of Cornwall. Like most of its kind on the south coast of Cornwall and Devon, the Fal estuary is a classic ria, or drowned river valley. (Wikipedia)

Preferred Units: N/A

Scope Note:
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Broader TermsNarrower TermsRelated Terms
River
N/AFal Estuary

Geographical FeatureIs Geographical Feature of
N/AWest Cornwall and the Fal catchment

This term is used for the following terms: 
River Fal (Cornwall)

Approved Date
19-Nov-2013

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