St Saviour's Church
The tall, square, pinaccled tower has been a landmark for people sailing upriver since it was built in 1372. Note especially the south door with its two ironwork lions and Tree of Life, and the medieval altar with legs carved in the shape of ships' figureheads.
Address :Anzac Street, TQ6 9DL Dartmouth
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