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The feature below was first shown on my website on 2 December 1998

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St David's Church

St David's Church, Rhulen
Radnorshire

Photography by John Ball -- 2.00pm 1st December 1998
(with Agfa ePhoto307 digital camera)

This tiny whitewashed church dates from the 13th century.
It is located deep in rural Radnorshire, surrounded by hills.



Edw Valley

Above: Looking from Rhulen Hill towards the village of Llanedw in the valley of
the River Edw. Rhulen is on the extreme right of the picture.


St David's Church

Above: Again looking from Rhulen Hill. The church is the white building on the left.


St David's Church

Above: St David's Church viewed from the south-west.


St David's Church

Above: St David's Church from the south. The western end of the church carries
a wooden belfry.


St David's Church

Above: The south-eastern end of the church.


St David's Church



Right: The entrance porch to the church
protects a 17th century door.



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