An historic road in West Cornwall is going up against London and Liverpool for the title of Britain's Greatest Street.
Chapel Street in Penzance has made the final three in the national 'Urbanism Awards', a celebration of architecture, culture and community run by the Academy of Urbanism.
And Falmouth will also be taking on Shrewsbury and Galway for the Great Town award.
Both will find out if they've won at a ceremony on Friday night.
Jeremy Edwards from Falmouth Chamber of Commerce explains why Falmouth should win:
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