Mayflower Steps Plymouth

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The Mayflower Steps, on Plymouth's Barbican, are one of the oldest and most significant maritime landmarks in the world. The Mayflower, owned by the Plymouth Company, renowned for its cod fishing, left Plymouth to cross the Atlantic in August 1620. She had 102 passengers, half of whom were Puritans fleeing the Church of England, and 25 crewmembers. After 66 days at sea the Mayflower docked at what was later named Plymouth, Massachusetts.


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Mayflower Steps
The Barbican