Carn Brea

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Carn Brea: Famous for its long history of human occupation.

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Giants Well, St Eunys Well, Carn Brea Monument, Cup And Saucer Rock

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Monument

At the highest point of the hill there is a 90 foot high (30m) celtic cross.

Cup and Saucer Rock

This large flat rock is perched next to the Monument showing several deep basins. This rock has also been called The Sacrificing Rock.

St Eunys Well

This well can be found at the foot of Carn Brea below the Castle and near St. Euny's Church. It has a plaque by Carn Brea Parish Trails reading "St. Euny Well. Holy well of St. Euny visited by the Celtic Missionary 500AD". Stories about the sacred use of this well may be confused with St. Euny's Well at Sancred.

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