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Grade I Listed Buildings in the Historic County of Cardiganshire

  1. I University College of Wales Old College Building Photos
    Dominating the southern end of the town's seafront; railed and grassed forecourt to seaward side.
  2. I Aberystwyth Castle Photos
    Occupying the promontory of SW of the town centre.
  3. I Cardigan Castle Photos
    Situated on promontory overlooking Cardigan Bridge.
  4. I Llanerchaeron, including rear Service Courtyard Ranges (previously listed as Llanaeron House) Photos
    On S side of road, reached off A482. 3 km SE of Aberaeron.
  5. I Church of St Padarn Photos
    Situated on a sloping site just W of The Square in the centre of the village.
  6. I Nanteos Photos
    Situated at the end of a long private drive which leads NE from the B4340.
  7. I St Gwenog Church
    Situated on E side of minor lane connecting B4338 and A475 some 750m WSW of Drefach.
  8. I Church of St Michael Photos
    Situated in circular hillside churchyard to W of Hoffnant valley some 500m inland from Penbryn beach
  9. I Church of the Holy Cross Photos
    Situated above and some 125m NW of Mwnt beach under Foel y Mwnt.
  10. I Strata Florida Abbey ruins Photos
    Situated about 1.5 km E of Pontrhydfendigaid on Abbey Road.

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