Finisterre

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Finisterre, Finistère, Finisterra, or Fisterra may refer to:

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  • "Finisterre", the final track on the Cooking Vinyl album Freedom and Rain (1990) by June Tabor and The Oyster Band
  • "Finisterre", the second track on Memorial (Moonspell album) (2006)
  • "Finisterre", the seventh track on the album Touchstones (2011) by German progressive rock band Subsignal

Ships[edit]

  • FV Finisterre, crabber lost at St. Ives, Cornwall in 1946
  • HMS Finisterre (D55), Battle-class destroyer of the Royal Navy
  • Carleton Mitchell's "Finisterre," the only yacht to win the Bermuda Race three times in succession, and the model for the design of many subsequent vessels.

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