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Although Exeter is the county town of Devon, Plymouth is by far its largest city. In the Middle Ages it was only the port for Plympton and later there were three towns, Sutton, Devonport and Stonehouse, which eventually merged as Plymouth. It lies on the coast, historically between the rivers Plym and Tamar.

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    Liked learning about the Pilgrims who were well educated people. In 1602 102 Pilgrims sailed into Plymouth Harbour on the Mayflower and established the first permanent English settlement in the New World. After the first winter only 51 Pilgrims survived. Today there are tens of millions of descendants ...
    Posted in USA by vandk

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    to Plymouth. Made a detour to Bigbury-on-sea on the way which was down a one lane road that opened out ...
    Posted in European Grandeur by SteveandNet

  • Plymouth into Cornwall
    both! Wandered up some old stone steps to visit an Elizabethan garden near the Hoe. Left Plymouth ...
    Posted in European Grandeur by SteveandNet

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