Coat of Arms
Location of Cornwall in grey
|Anthem||Can Tus West|
|Other cities||Aberfal, Austol, Cambron, Pensans|
|Independence||24 January 2001|
|Time zone||WET, WEST (UTC0, UTC+1)|
|Main ethnic groups||61% Cornish people, 38% English people|
|Other ethnic groups||1% other|
|Main religion(s)||76% Protestantism, 21% Roman Catholicism|
|Other religions||2% Atheism, 1% other|
Cornwall (Cornish: Kernow) is a country located on the isle of Great Britain in Europe. It consists of the territory of the former ceremonial county of Cornwall. Cornwall is a constitutional, parliamentary democracy. The current president is Denzil Coon.
After the Third World War, Cornwall struggled to create the independent Cornish state. The strongest Cornish political party, Mebyon Kernow, organized citizens of Cornwall into groups to rebuild the destroyed parts of settlements across the land. Eventually, in January 2001, Cornwall got the state border and proclaimed independence.