Lizard Head
or Lizard Point geographical name headland SW England in S Cornwall at S tip of The Lizard (peninsula projecting into English Channel); extreme S point of Great Britain, at 49°57′30″N, 5°12′W

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  • Lizard Head — a promontory in SW Cornwall, in SW England: the southernmost point in England. Also called The Lizard. * * * …   Universalium

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