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Overlooking the Rhondda Valley, this carving in Portland stone of 'Our Lady of Penrhys' marks the place where a chapel stood long ago. The original statue was probably destroyed in the disollution of the monasteries. The current one dates from 1953.

Our Lady of Penrhys, Rhondda Valley
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