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Living in Truro, England:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Truro, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Truro what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Truro, Cornwall, is famous for its picturesque and spectacular natural scenery and sub-tropical gardens. This city has everything tourists might want to see and enjoy. It is a gorgeous town where one can chill out on a sandy beach. There is quite a few cliff walks one can follow here and it is lovely in the twilight hours once the sun begins to set.

Alexandria, says: 2020

Truro is a sprawling capital city, consisting of lush green parks interspersed with massive open commercial areas. The city resides in a geographic depression, which has made defence of the city from flooding extremely challenging over history. In my view, the rent is too high and the job prospects are non-existent.

Truro is a small city in the south of England. It does not have a lot of nightlife or a large shopping district, but it is famous for its Georgian architecture and a number of important historic residents. The city is not far from the beach and in wet weather is usually packed with tourists. The cathedral in the middle of town is well known for being built from particularly fine limestone.

Truro is most well known for having a cathedral. This makes it a city, even though it is really the size of a large town. It only recently opened some large chain stores, including Primark and Wilkos. It also has a lot of restaurants and other places to eat.

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