700-year-old cloister walls found in Wales

Published on August 26th, 2011 | by Admin

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Three medieval abbey walls have been found at a hotel in Conwy, Wales.

He said: “The grounds here are a scheduled ancient monument, because of the importance of the abbey in its day, so Gwynedd Archaeological Trust were on site when we found the first wall.

“It’s believed to be the cloister wall of the abbey, built in 1282. They’re about 6ft thick.

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Story: Brendon Williams, BBC News | Photo: BBC News

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