Holy Trinity, St Austell

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Holy Trinity Church in St Austell is built on the site of much earlier churches. The current building dates back to about 1390 at the East end and about 100 years later at the West end. The tower is particularly fine (one of the best in Cornwall) and has some wonderful sculptures and reliefs, including statues of Christ and the Apostles.

This is a series of two panoramas in a tour around the church showing views from both the nave and chancel. Click on the hotspot hotspots to go from one view to the next.

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