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Monmouth

St Thomas' Church, Monmouth, stands in the souther part of the town, Overmonnow, so called because the River Monnow has to be crosed to reach it. Much of the original structure - built some time between 1170 and 1186 - remains, although it was damaged 50 years later in the Battle of Monmouth, when the Monnow Bridge was also damaged.

Monmouth

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