Rhyl, United Kingdom
The Marble Church, (St.Margaret Church), Bodelwyddan North Wales UK
The church is built largely of limestone with a 202 ft high tower and steeple, externally there are many fine carvings including gargoyles.
It�s said that its name comes from the thirteen different kinds of marble within the interior, however many locals say its name derives from its white �marble� appearance. It also contains elaborate woodwork and stained glass and is one of the best known and most spectacular churches in North Wales
It is also the burial place for a number of Canadian soldiers who were awaiting repatriation after the end of the First World War.
May 20th, 2012
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