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Nazareth Chapel, Yew Street, Troedyrhiw, near Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan

Nazareth Chapel, Troedyrhiw

Name: Nazareth Chapel

Denomination: Calvinistic Methodist

Built: 1858
Renovated: 1897
Renovated again: 1926

Photography: John Ball
Date: 6 June 2002
Camera: Sony Mavica MVC-FD91 digital

Note: Nazareth Methodist Chapel was built in 1858 and rebuilt in 1897. The chapel is built in the Simple Round-Headed and Romanesque style with a gable-entry plan and central door way. This chapel has two storeys with stairs to a gallery at the front of the chapel, to the left and right of the central entry. The pulpit in positioned to the rear of the chapel with two doors to a meeting hall on either side. The meeting hall is a single room with one external entrance as well as the two internal entrances.
[Source: Coflein Database NPRN 9913 (accessed 6 Sep 2015)]

Nazareth Chapel, Troedyrhiw
Above: Northeast-facing gable end of chapel on corner of Yes Street and Poplar Street.

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