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The manor house of Ty Abaty Built on and from the remains of Strata

The manor house of Ty Abaty Built on and from the remains of Strata

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The manor house of Ty Abaty. Built on and from the remains of Strata Florida

A series of stone barns were built, also using remains of the abbey, many

Here you can very clearly see how this structure was once part of the abbey grounds

A series of stone barns were built, also using remains of the abbey, many of which are still in use b… | Strata Florida Abbey, Pontrhydfendigaid, ...

The local parish church, standing just outside the abbey boundary wall, is still in

Added onto over the years, one can see hints of the once great abbey which

Taken just beside the "sheds" from the previous picture, you can see the abbey boundary wall, (the st… | Strata Florida Abbey, Pontrhydfendigaid, ...

Taken just beside the "sheds" from the previous picture, you can see the

Although thoroughly ruined, this site offers beautiful grounds and a truly stunning view of the

A wider shot showing some of the variety of tiles. | Strata Florida Abbey, Pontrhydfendigaid, Wales | Wales, Shot show, Florida

Standing inside the ruins of the Great Church, looking through the doorway into the Galilee

Cwmhir Abbey

purchased 1906 and built present abbey converted to Catholicism 1913 sold due to financial difficulties 1925. Cistercian monks founded 1926; extant

Association with the Holy Grail[edit]

The threat to Ystrad Fflur as we know it comes not from Cadw directly, although Cadw executives are almost certainly cheering it on, but from two charities ...

LLANELLY HOUSE

Strata Florida Abbey (Welsh: Abaty Ystrad Fflur) is a former Cistercian abbey situated

founded 6th century; secular collegiate episcopal diocesan cathedral founded c.1092; extant, The ...

daughter of Strata Florida; (community founded at Rhedynog-felen 24 (27) July 1186); transferred here 1190 (before 1200) by Llywelyn Fawr of Gwynedd, ...

Court Colman Manor

Another angle of the Manor House. It's hard to see from this picture, but the ground level has been raised slightly. Near the ground in some places, ...

Pen y Bryn

Nice close shot of the ceramic tile work. You can actually make a souvenir clay

Closer shot of the doorway into the Galilee. Here you can see how the Lady Chapel, (just beyond), is built at a slight angle from the rest of the church.

A wider shot showing some of the variety of tiles.

The remains of Whitland Abbey. Whitland Abbey

Midmar Castle - 1

The arched tunnel for the staircase to the crypt seen against the southern wall of the

... this is thought to be some kind of foot bath for the monks, or possibly just part of the waterworks that took wastewater away from the church building, ...

Closer shot of the door to the staircase. Also, just past this doorway is St. Joseph's well, a Roman era well that used to go all the way to the surface ...

Cistercian Way (Wales)

The alleged grave site of King Arthur, where it was moved in the 13th century

Conwy, Ty Hyll, or the Ugly House, Headquarters of Snowdonia National Park Society, Wales

Abbey Cwmhir Hall

Maenan Abbey

Llandysilio

Llantarnam Abbey [map]

Chapel at Deuddwr

Whitland Abbey · The remains ...

alien house: cell dependent on St-Florent-de-Saumur; founded before 1086, church of St Cadoc and other endowments granted by Withenoc of Monmouth (Wihenoc ...

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This is the view into the body of the Sanctuary from behind the altar, the

Lampeter Town Hall by Canis Major, via Flickr

founded 28 January 1201 by Madog ap Gruffydd Maelor, Prince of Powys at the instance of the abbots of Whitland, Strata Florida, Strata Marcella and Cwmhir;

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Leaving the Arnold House, we rode to the upper town, and halted at the spacious mansion of Charles Spaulding, Esq., formerly the residence of Governor ...

Photo of Mesa Arts Center's Nesbitt/Elliott Playhouse's exterior and plaza

Strata Marcella

Photo of old church building and house in the back

Several excavation pits in the crypt, the bridge across the Lady Chapel seen above.

Building Layout

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IN MILTON'S HOUSE AT CHALFONT ST. GILES

Better shot of the staircase and well doorway in relation to the chapel of St.

SANDFORD MANOR HOUSE.

About noon I strolled up to the cemetery in the northern part of the city, where lie the remains of a great multitude of the early ...

North Wales Pilgrims Way - Aberdaron, the end of the Trail. Y Gegin Fawr

The window that lets light into the crypt area of the Lady Chapel. The Crypt was only built around 1500. These windows are made into a wall that was built ...

Building Layout

Anthony Keck

Margam Country Park

“. . . a house called Llwyn Du (black wood), dates from 1138, but is best known as the home of Quakers during their persecution in the 1600s, ...

alien house: daughter of Tiron, Normandy founded c.1113-15 by Robert fitzMartin; raised to abbey status 1120; dissolved 1536; granted to John Bradshaw

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Another View of the Manor House.

The Pictorial Field-book of the Revolution, Volume II., by Benson J, Lossing,

1875 drawing of the abbey by Alfred Rimmer

HOUSE OF SIR ISAAC NEWTON, ST. MARTIN'S STREET, LEICESTER SQUARE.

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Virgin Mary, Penrhys

The westernmost end of Glastonbury Abbey.

The Three Colonies of Australia: New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia; Their Pastures, Copper Mines and Gold Fields.

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Every summer Nekrasov would go hunting to his brother's estate of Karabikha near Yaroslavl (now a memorial museum).

The Project Gutenberg eBook of Ten Thousand Wonderful Things, edited by Edmund Fillingham King.

The Project Gutenberg eBook of Ten Thousand Wonderful Things, edited by Edmund Fillingham King.

DR. JOHNSON'S RESIDENCE IN INNER TEMPLE LANE.

The fireplace in the Music Room. My interest in the Grail was piqued by the plaster depiction of the fox, bird, and cruet just above the firebox.

The Pictorial Field-book of the Revolution, Volume II., by Benson J, Lossing,

Now that Puerto Rico's governor has called for the cancellation of a controversial $300 million contract awarded to a small Montana-based utility, ...

founded late-5th century? (6th century), settlement possibly ended by raids by the Danes 10th century. Benedictine monks — from St Dogmaels

Rhos-on-Sea, also known as Rhos or Llandrillo, is a seaside resort and community in Conwy County Borough, Wales. The population was 7,110 in 2001, ...

From the same balcony were read the proclamation announcing the accession of George III. to the throne in 1760; the odious Stamp Act in 1765; ...

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The Pictorial Field-book of the Revolution, Volume II., by Benson J, Lossing,

The Pictorial Field-book of the Revolution, Volume II., by Benson J, Lossing,

Monastic grange

Exterior view of the river-front of Fishmongers' Hall, with the Shades'

St Teilo's Church, Llandeilo Tal-y-bont

Margam Abbey

Model of Hafod Uchtryd Mansion made from used greeting cards

The Blackfriars Playhouse all in brick, a bay window beside and a peaked roof above

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founded 1343-50 (or before 1289?);

STAIRCASE, SANDFORD MANOR HOUSE.

Llangwm, Conwy

A view of Arenig Fawr and Moel Llyfnant from Dduallt summit by Gabby77. Survey evidence shows that settlement and agriculture of the medieval and ...

The manor house of Ty Abaty. Built on and from the remains of Strata Florida

A series of stone barns were built, also using remains of the abbey, many

Here you can very clearly see how this structure was once part of the abbey grounds

A series of stone barns were built, also using remains of the abbey, many of which are still in use b… | Strata Florida Abbey, Pontrhydfendigaid, ...

Added onto over the years, one can see hints of the once great abbey which

The local parish church, standing just outside the abbey boundary wall, is still in

Taken just beside the "sheds" from the previous picture, you can see the

Taken just beside the "sheds" from the previous picture, you can see the abbey boundary wall, (the st… | Strata Florida Abbey, Pontrhydfendigaid, ...

My view from atop the staircase. This shot is looking across the little personal chapels

Although thoroughly ruined, this site offers beautiful grounds and a truly stunning view of the

A wider shot showing some of the variety of tiles. | Strata Florida Abbey, Pontrhydfendigaid, Wales | Wales, Shot show, Florida

Cwmhir Abbey

Standing inside the ruins of the Great Church, looking through the doorway into the Galilee

purchased 1906 and built present abbey converted to Catholicism 1913 sold due to financial difficulties 1925. Cistercian monks founded 1926; extant

The threat to Ystrad Fflur as we know it comes not from Cadw directly, although Cadw executives are almost certainly cheering it on, but from two charities ...

Association with the Holy Grail[edit]

Strata Florida Abbey (Welsh: Abaty Ystrad Fflur) is a former Cistercian abbey situated

LLANELLY HOUSE

founded 6th century; secular collegiate episcopal diocesan cathedral founded c.1092; extant, The ...

Court Colman Manor

daughter of Strata Florida; (community founded at Rhedynog-felen 24 (27) July 1186); transferred here 1190 (before 1200) by Llywelyn Fawr of Gwynedd, ...

Nice close shot of the ceramic tile work. You can actually make a souvenir clay

Pen y Bryn

Another angle of the Manor House. It's hard to see from this picture, but the ground level has been raised slightly. Near the ground in some places, ...

Closer shot of the doorway into the Galilee. Here you can see how the Lady Chapel, (just beyond), is built at a slight angle from the rest of the church.

The remains of Whitland Abbey. Whitland Abbey

The arched tunnel for the staircase to the crypt seen against the southern wall of the

A wider shot showing some of the variety of tiles.

Whitland Abbey · The remains ...

Closer shot of the door to the staircase. Also, just past this doorway is St. Joseph's well, a Roman era well that used to go all the way to the surface ...

The alleged grave site of King Arthur, where it was moved in the 13th century

Cistercian Way (Wales)

Conwy, Ty Hyll, or the Ugly House, Headquarters of Snowdonia National Park Society, Wales

Abbey Cwmhir Hall

Maenan Abbey

Llandysilio

... this is thought to be some kind of foot bath for the monks, or possibly just part of the waterworks that took wastewater away from the church building, ...

Chapel at Deuddwr

alien house: cell dependent on St-Florent-de-Saumur; founded before 1086, church of St Cadoc and other endowments granted by Withenoc of Monmouth (Wihenoc ...

Larger Image

founded 28 January 1201 by Madog ap Gruffydd Maelor, Prince of Powys at the instance of the abbots of Whitland, Strata Florida, Strata Marcella and Cwmhir;

Dominican Friars (under the Visitation of Oxford) founded before 1246;

Several excavation pits in the crypt, the bridge across the Lady Chapel seen above.

Larger Image

Photo of Mesa Arts Center's Nesbitt/Elliott Playhouse's exterior and plaza

Photo of old church building and house in the back

Strata Marcella

Leaving the Arnold House, we rode to the upper town, and halted at the spacious mansion of Charles Spaulding, Esq., formerly the residence of Governor ...

SANDFORD MANOR HOUSE.

Lampeter Town Hall by Canis Major, via Flickr

Larger Image

Better shot of the staircase and well doorway in relation to the chapel of St.

IN MILTON'S HOUSE AT CHALFONT ST. GILES

The window that lets light into the crypt area of the Lady Chapel. The Crypt was only built around 1500. These windows are made into a wall that was built ...

Building Layout

About noon I strolled up to the cemetery in the northern part of the city, where lie the remains of a great multitude of the early ...

HOUSE OF SIR ISAAC NEWTON, ST. MARTIN'S STREET, LEICESTER SQUARE.

Blaise Castle Estate - The folly castle

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North Wales Pilgrims Way - Aberdaron, the end of the Trail. Y Gegin Fawr

“. . . a house called Llwyn Du (black wood), dates from 1138, but is best known as the home of Quakers during their persecution in the 1600s, ...

Building Layout

Anthony Keck

alien house: daughter of Tiron, Normandy founded c.1113-15 by Robert fitzMartin; raised to abbey status 1120; dissolved 1536; granted to John Bradshaw

Another View of the Manor House.

Margam Country Park

Com certeza a torre da Rapunzel 'The Straining Tower' Lake Llanwddyn, Wales - UK

CALLINGTON CROSS

Nanteos Mansion - Image: Nanteos, Ceredigion 22

The Pictorial Field-book of the Revolution, Volume II., by Benson J, Lossing,

1875 drawing of the abbey by Alfred Rimmer

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The westernmost end of Glastonbury Abbey.

Virgin Mary, Penrhys

Page 1

Every summer Nekrasov would go hunting to his brother's estate of Karabikha near Yaroslavl (now a memorial museum).

Falcondale House - Falcondale Mansion Hotel, Lampeter

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Buckland Abbey was originally a Cistercian abbey founded in 1278 by Amicia, Countess of Devon and was a daughter house of Quarr Abbey, on the Isle of Wight.

This is the view into the body of the Sanctuary from behind the altar, the

The fireplace in the Music Room. My interest in the Grail was piqued by the plaster depiction of the fox, bird, and cruet just above the firebox.

The Pictorial Field-book of the Revolution, Volume II., by Benson J, Lossing,

Now that Puerto Rico's governor has called for the cancellation of a controversial $300 million contract awarded to a small Montana-based utility, ...

founded late-5th century? (6th century), settlement possibly ended by raids by the Danes 10th century. Benedictine monks — from St Dogmaels

Midmar Castle - 1

The Project Gutenberg eBook of Ten Thousand Wonderful Things, edited by Edmund Fillingham King.

Rhos-on-Sea, also known as Rhos or Llandrillo, is a seaside resort and community in Conwy County Borough, Wales. The population was 7,110 in 2001, ...

From the same balcony were read the proclamation announcing the accession of George III. to the throne in 1760; the odious Stamp Act in 1765; ...

founded 1343-50 (or before 1289?);

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alien house: dependent on St-Martin, Séez; founded 1098 by the Anulph de Montgomery, Earl of Pembroke, church of St Nicholas granted to Séez until 1441;

The Pictorial Field-book of the Revolution, Volume II., by Benson J, Lossing,

DR. JOHNSON'S RESIDENCE IN INNER TEMPLE LANE.

The Pictorial Field-book of the Revolution, Volume II., by Benson J, Lossing,

Monastic grange