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We didn't have much time in Holyhead, but when we entered a gate and suddenly faced a most impressive old church, we decided to stay a while. St. Cybi's goes back a long way, to the early days of Christianity in Britain, and the present...More
We were visit in the center of holyhead because of the cruise stop by this port.
Truly, in general it Seems it's not worth to be in this place so it skippable.
In any case this place is nice it's an 13th century old use...More
This Cornish Saint Cybi gives his name to Holy Island/ Holyhead. Cornish miners then moved up in the C19th for the copper mines
A really old church, the school rooms from C14th. old stone plaques above the door. Often open. The walls are the orginal...More
While the architecture of the church is relatively interesting, you cannot go inside and can see little from the outside of the church. If you are in Holyhead anyway, wouldn't hurt to walk by as it is right by the port, but definitely not a...More
This is not a major tourist attraction, so you must do your homework before you arrive. Its easy to drive right past it and keep on going, as it is partly hidden from the street by the old Roman port fortifications. There is some limited...More
This historic church built in local stone stands in the centre of the town overlooking the harbour. i could tell that certain parts of the church were from the 13th century, and other parts from the 19th. There was not enough explanation available outside the...More
This great little church is just off the main street of Holyhead and has convenient parking and conveniences out through a gap in the Roman Walls. To be fair, it looks like the church has been built with stone from the Roman Walls but I...More
Interesting medieval church and Roman fort walls; most interesting, though, is possibly the gravestones, which are mainly early-mid 19th century a wealth of social history for the area - most of the men have their profession noted, and a number of the burials are of...More
We stopped at this church while on a cruise excursion. It just happened to be a special festival day, so many activities were going on downtown and there were special concerts in the church. The church itself - rebuilt in 1700 - is charming. It's...More