Artist's impression of the Celtic cross
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Cornish cross sculpture nears completion

A project to erect a 62ft (18.9m) Celtic cross beside the River Tamar in Cornwall is nearing completion.

The cross is made of carbon and resin and has been finished in gold, silver and copper to reflect Cornwall's history of mining.

It has been designed to welcome people coming into Cornwall from Devon.

BBC Inside Out South West's Sam Smith has been finding out more.

  • 18 Feb 2013