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St Rhidian and St Illtyd medieval church in Llanrhidian from the air

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aerial photograph of St Rhidian and St Illtyd medieval church in Llanrhidian on the Gower Peninsula, South Wales.Most of what we see today dates from the 13th Century with a 14th century tower. The tower is of particularly sturdy construction and was probably intended for both ecclesiastical and defensive purposes. The church stands on the site of an even older church, probably dating from the 6th century.

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