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Denbigh, St Hilary's Chapel

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Denbigh, St Hilary's Chapel
Denbighshire - Denbigh, Clwyd, Wales
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On the sloping hill below Denbigh Castle stands what remains of St Hilary's Chapel, a chapel of east that was originally incorporated into the town walls of Denbigh. Little is left save the tower and a very short section of wall, but the tower is something of a local landmark.

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