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Church Micro 1503...Reynoldston Traditional Geocache

Hidden : 11/20/2010
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Geocache Description:


A quick Cache and Dash in an area rarely visited as its just off the main road.
Parking can be found by the Cache.
Writing tool required, please replace as found.

The Patronal dedication name of Reynoldston's Church, St. George, reminds us of the Norman and English influence which predominated in this part of Wales for much of the last Millennium. For many centuries a church has stood on the site now occupied by the current building which dates from the mid-1860's and is a fine example of Victorian Gothic architecture and includes many examples of 20th century stained glass, including a three-light east window designed by Nathaniel Westlake. One of the early Christian monuments in Gower is a pillar cross standing near the chancel arch and another feature of the church is the Norman font that is carved from a single block of stalagmite.

If anybody would like to expand this series we would just ask that
you contact sadexploration first so he can keep track of the Church
numbers and names and to avoid duplication.


Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Ab arrq gb tb va gur Puhepu Lneq.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)