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Exmouth Holy Trinity Church
England

Exmouth's Holy Trinity Church is an excellent landmark from both land and sea, located to the rear of The Beacon.

The original church on this site was constructed in 1824 though was rebuilt in 1905.

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Tags: exmouth; devon; beacon; holy trinity; holy trinity church; 1824; 1905; rebuilt; beach; estuary; dawlish; dawlish warren; exeter; exe
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