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You need only have a passing interest in British history to have your breath taken away by this incredible place. Beautifully set in the village of Llancafarn in the Vale of Glamorgan, the discovery in 2007 of medieval, religious illustrations beneath centuries of lime wash...More
An accidental discovery during renovation work revealed signs of painting under the plaster. Further work uncovered remarkable depictions of St. George seated on a horse, fighting a fiery dragon which represented the seven deadly sins. The paintings are thought to have been commissioned to teach...More
Seven hundred year old murals designed to educate parishoners of the fate of those who committed the seven deadly sins, and the most complete St. George and the dragon wall painting in Britain......it doesn't get any better. St. Cadoc's is a beautiful simple church, I...More
Already a beautiful church is a fabulous village, St Cadoc's now has some of the most interesting wall art to be exposed anywhere in the U.K. On the site of a monastery that was burnt to the ground during the 1066 invasion, the church is...More
Since a glimpse of colour was discovered below many layers of old paint there has been a Conservation Project to carefully uncover the wall paintings. Each year reveals more paintings including George slaying the dragon, the deadly sins and many more. They date back hundreds...More