King Arthur Statue
A scultpure of an 8-foot-tall bronze King Arthur overlooks the cliffs of Tintagel, in the town of Cornwall which is located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean.
Tintangel is actually a village in Cornwall where the legendary King Arthur lived and pulled the sword from the stone.
There's a lot of controversy surrounding the story of King Arthur and the locals feel the English herritage of a rich Cornish history was traded in for this tale with its "movie magic."
The statue was created by Rubin Eynon and is made entirely of bronze metal.