National Trust St Michael’s Mount

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A rocky island crowned by medieval castle and church. St Michael’s Mount (Cornish name: Carrack Looz en Cooz) is a lofty pyramidal tidal island, exhibiting a curious combination of slate and granite, rising 400 yards (366 m) from the shore of Mount’s Bay, situated in Penwith in west Cornwall, England, in the extreme south western peninsula of the island of Britain. It is united with Marazion by a natural causeway cast up by the sea, and passable only at low tide.

Its Cornish language name

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