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MONUMENT NO. 2253

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A 14th century pele tower with a T-shaped extension added to the right in the 19th century. The stone-built pele tower, which stands immediately west of the church, was in ruins by the late 17th century but was restored between 1821 and 1844. The building was later used as a youth hostel and is now a private house.

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