ST BREACA CHURCH by PlanetPenwith
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Located in the Village of Breage, Cornwall, UK

The church was built in the 15th century and dedicated to an Irish missionary by the name of St Breaca: it has two aisles separated from the nave by granite arcades of standard design. On the north wall there are five medieval wall paintings of saints: Ambrose, Christopher, Corentine and Hilary.

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Just a person who loves photography and lives in the far west of Cornwall, UK

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  • Country  Pursuits
    Country Pursuitsabout 2 years ago

    Great shot. Will have to visit there on my next ‘jolly’ down there.

  • Thanks Rich, It’s my first attempt with my new camera, it will need some getting used to…I will eventually :) It’s a lovely peaceful church and well worth a visit. They have the doors open and welcome all who enter. All the best

    – PlanetPenwith

  • Susie Peek
    Susie Peekabout 2 years ago

    Great capture of this beautiful church ~ I’ve never visited this one .. will have to put it on the list next time we’re down that way :)

  • Hi Susie, Yes it’s lovely there, well worth a visit, with your camera of course :) Thank you for having a look at my work and leaving some comments, much appreciated. All the best

    – PlanetPenwith

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