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Llangar

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Llangar has a very special church but no parishioners but is still well worth a visit. The population centre is now at Cynwyd. This lonely church gazes out over the confluence of the rivers Dee and Alwen. There were fords over the rivers and a drive so that worshippers from the other side of the valley could attend services. The rivers very often flooded and the river courses changed so that the fords were not always usable. The church contains medieval wall paintings and can be visited by arrangement with the custodian at Rhug Chapel, Corwen. The East window is clear and so you can see inside the church.

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