St Mary, Llanaber, Gwynedd, Wales
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This cliff-top cemetery was in three parts. Only the oldest part by
the church was too dangerous to survey.
Inside the dimly-lit church there was a memorial to 10 people drowned in a single boating accident in 1894. The plaque was high on the wall which made photography difficult.
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