Bury Down Ancient hillfort located on Botelet Farm, outside the village of Liskeard Bury is derived from "burh," which means "a fortified place." Down or "don" means "dun" or "hill"
Aldestowe (Aldˊ-stow) Medieval name for the village of Padstow Situated on the west bank of the estuary of the River Camel. Home village of Adaem, Beatrix, Arjen, and Aleydis Located just west of Tintagel.
Tintagel (Tin-tajˊ-el) Site of Earl Richard's castle, high on northern Cornwall's seaside cliffs Home village of Anwen
Restormel Castle (Res-torˊ-mel) Earl Richard's and Earl Edmund's castle Located in the village of Lostwithiel
Lostwithiel (Lost-withˊ-eel) Seat of governance of medieval Cornwall Situated alongside the River Fowey
River Fowey (Foy) Origin: Bodmin Moor on the slopes of Brown Willy (The Hill of Swallows), Cornwall's highest tor. Flows south to the sea, its estuary at the harbor town of Fowey.
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