The Sign Post – Landmarks

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sign at Sloop Inn St Ives Cornwall England

178 St. Ives Sloop Inn “A classic old fishermen’s boozer, complete with low ceilings, tankards behind the bar and a comprehensive selection of Cornish ales.” – one of the oldest inns in Cornwall, England, as evidenced by the sign.

sign Cafe Tortoni Buenos Aires One of the ten most beautiful cafes in the world, according to UCityGuides, Cafe Tortoni is on the Avenida de Mayo in Buenos Aires. It only dates back to 1858.

St Ives sign 146 St Ives Market House

Market House in St-Ives, Cornwall, England

376 sign Rebecca Caerhays Castle copy

Caerhays Castle Cornwall EnglandA dramatization of Daphne du Maurier’s “Rebecca” included  exterior shots of Caerhay’s Castle.  Caerhay’s overlooks Porthluney Cove in Cornwall.  It was converted from a medieval manor by architect, John Nash and is privately owned by the Williams family.  527 sign castle Tintagel Tintagel landscape

Tintagel Castle is rich in legend and mystery; said to be the birthplace of King Arthur with a history that reaches back all the way to the Roman Empire.

And a favourite landmark sign – seen in Mevagissey in Cornwall, England. Admittedly posted before but pertinent to this post …

sign-on this spot

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