St Cwyfan’s ~ The Little Church in the Sea #Anglesey #Photography #SundayBlogShare

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Built in the 12th century, the church originally perched on the end of a peninsular between two bays. Over the years the sea slowly eroded the peninsular turning it into the tiny island it is today. The church eventually fell into disrepair and became a ruin until it was restored around the mid 1900s. The elements are again causing damage to the building and another appeal has been launched to repair the building. However, the church is still in use and is popular as a wedding venue.

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Aerial View courtesy of Fotolia

Aerial View courtesy of Fotolia

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