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Nestled on the edge of England’s inhospitable Atlantic coast, Cornwall’s Land’s End peninsula is imprinted with thousands of years of history. Megalithic monuments, Celtic shrines, and tin mines dot the landscape, recalling the day when pagan princesses, pirates, and smugglers roamed the land. In 1998, a team of Russian scientists set out to discover the [...]