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Grade I Listed Buildings in the Historic County of Merionethshire

  1. I Parish Church of Saint Mary and Saint Bodfan
    On a striking site overlooking the sea to the W of the slightly elevated main road; in a large grave
  2. I Church of St Mark
    Located off the road on a slight rise, set within its walled churchyard.
  3. I Harlech Castle Photos
    Imposingly sited in the centre of the town with dramatic views across Tremadog Bay and towards Snowd
  4. I Parish Church of St Derfel
    Located within its own walled churchyard at the SW edge of the village, with commanding views down t
  5. I Church of St Mary and St Egryn
    The church is located on a S facing bluff above the confluence of two streams, NNW of the present nu
  6. I Cymer Abbey Photos
    Situated in the lap of the vale near the Afon Mawddach and on the opposite bank of the river to Llan
  7. I Church of St Tanwg
    Located at the coast to SSW end of the village of Llandanwg.
  8. I Church of St Brothen Photos
    Located on a sloping site at the SW edge of the small village of Llanfrothen; accessed via a footpat
  9. I Church of St Celynin Photos
    To the W of and below the A493 in Llangelynin hamlet. The church stands in a rectangular churchyard,
  10. I Portmeirion Town Hall Photos
    Facing the Angel and Angel Gates at the western edge of the village group; set against the hill slop
  11. I Church of St Cadfan Photos
    Near the E end of the modern town, in a walled churchyard on the W side of Corbet Square.
  12. I Rug Chapel Photos
    Corwen
  13. I Plas Ucha Photos
    Located off the W side of a lane which runs N from Cynwyd to Melin Rug. The front faces S, the groun
  14. I Church of All Saints
    In a rural location on the E banks of the River Dee, and set down from B4401. The church is set in

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