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Marble Church, Bodelwyddan
Categories: Churches, Tourist Spots
Admire the marble construction, intricate woodwork, and stained glass at Marble Church. Built in 1860, this Victorian structure is otherwise known as the Marble Church because of the various types of marble used in its construction. Step inside to explore the interior details, including stained-glass windows with images of Saint Margaret and Saint Kentigern. Walk outside into the churchyard to view the 80 World War I graves of fallen Canadian soldiers, as well as other memorials to the Great War. Use our Rhyl vacation builder to visit Marble Church on your trip to Rhyl, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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Visited St Margaret`s Church (which is also known as the marble church) due to the varieties of marble used in its interior construction. It is a beautiful church and the stained glass windows are won... read more »
This is a beautiful church, have performed here a while back, as an irish uilleann piper, churches offer something that other places don't, PEACE. I feel rather at home here.
The Marble Church as it is nicknamed is one of the most impressive churches I have ever come across. There are lots of different types of marble used to build the church from across Britain and Europe... read more »
A wonderful and beautiful church. A 'must see' on any trip to this part of the country.
Visited several years ago. Very pretty and somber to walk through the grave yard.
Well worth the visit and see how many lives were lost from that area
Not as good as they've all made out..food not good and quite expensive for what your getting...attraction wise disappointed..
Mohammed Omar elarsheed
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