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Truro gets its name from the old Cornish word 'Tri-veru', meaning Three Rivers, which also appears in 13th-century documents as Try-weru, Trywru or Tryurw.
The rivers in question are the Kenwyn, Allen and a little stream under Tregolls Road. The Kenwyn passes alongside Lemon Quay. The river was covered over for car parking in the 1920s and 1930s. This area is now an Italian-style piazza.
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