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Church of St Dyfnan
A Grade II* Listed Building in Llanddyfnan, Isle of Anglesey A good example of a medieval church which externally is of predominantly 14th century character and which is of an unusual plan and scale for a rural Anglesey church, perhaps representative of the wealth of the parish. The church retains a number of medieval carvings and corbels including an exquisitely carved doorway from the 1500 centuary. A large rural church comprising 14th centuary nave and West annexe, wider 15th centuary chancel and early 19th centuary South West porch. Built of limestone rubble with gritstone dressings; modern slate roof with stone copings and dressed stone West gable bellcote.