Penmon Priory Dovecot

Adrian Evans

Rhyl, United Kingdom

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The Dovecot (also spelt dovecote) at Penmon Priory, Anglesey, north Wales, UK was believed to have been built in about 1600 by Sir Richard Bulkeley, for housing pigeons, kept for their eggs and meat. The domed roof has a cupola on top so birds could fly in and out. Inside the Dovecot were 1,000 nesting boxes, with a pillar in the centre which originally supported a revolving ladder to give access to the nesting boxes.

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