Where is Plymouth Located?
Plymouth is the largest city in Devon and one of the largest maritime cities in Britain, dating back to the 16th century. The Royal Navy is stationed in Devonport, and ferries depart from Plymouth to France and Spain.
What Country is Plymouth in?
Plymouth Hoe: high above the harbor and overlooking Plymouth Sound, the Hoe is a vast expanse of grass, ideal for picnics. Here you can find Drake’s Statue; Sir Francis Drake was born around 1540 in Tavistock, and was then the most famous seaman of the Elizabethan age, and one of the greatest sailors in the world. On the Hoe, Sir Francis Drake is said to have finished his boules before sailing to meet the Spanish Armada. Smeaton’s Tower, also on the Hoe, was once a lighthouse, originally built on the Eddystone Rocks in 1759, but it was moved here as the rocks below began to crumble. Restored to its former glory, the Smeatons Tower offers fantastic views over Plymouth Sound and the city.
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