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    Bar Point



    Between McFarland's Down and the Innisidgen Bronze Age Tombs, you will find Bar Point, one of St....

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    Tresco Abbey Gardens


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    The sub-tropical Abbey Garden is a glorious exception - a perennial Kew without the glass -...

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    Glandore Gallery



    Glandore Gallery is a beachside studio/shop featuring work by Stephen Morris and Nan Heath,...

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Troy Town Maze



Troy Town Maze has been the subject of much speculation as to its origins and why it should have been built there. It is a seven ring unicursal (single line) pebble maze of a type common in Scandinavia where such mazes were usually built on the sea shore to protect sailors by ensuring a fair wind.
Troy Town on Agnes is rumoured to have been built by Amor Clarke, one of the lighthouse keepers, in 1795. However the remains of a much earlier maze were discovered when Troy Town waas dismantled and dug up during the 1980s.