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Llanrhian Pembrokeshire Wales
Llanrhian Church is located in the village of Llanrhian in Pembrokeshire, West Wales. The church has an unusual short square tower dating from the 13th Century. With its narrow windows and crowstepped gables it has the appearance of a defensive tower. | Massive oak beams bear the weight of the church bell which is inscribed “John Perkins, R.P.T.M., bell 1697”. The church was extensively rebuilt (except for the tower) in 1836, and restored again in 1891. Within the church there is a late medieval font said to have come from Jerusalem. | Llanrhian Church is included on the Saints and Stones Trail of Pembrokeshire.
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