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All reviews english village well worth a visit wiltshire village unusual style italian architecture altar area market square interesting history mosaics italianate century apse england ruins tower ceiling
This enormous Italianate church was built in1845 and the interior is a sight to behold, especially the Byzantine apse in gorgeous mozaics. No specific opening times but there is a busy programme of musical events. For all musical events in Salisbury, obtain a free copy...More
Totally stunning to find a fairly massive Romanesque church in the middle of a Wiltshire village. We parked right outside and had a good wander both inside and out. The church is beautiful, with a good nod to Wilton carpets and some amazing mosaic work...More
A surprising and unusual find in the small town of Wilton, this large church has a very interesting interior. It is clearly well used and cared for by local people, and has a very active involvement in both local and international projects. Well worth a...More
This church is a real surprise, sitting in the middle of an ordinary looking High Street.
It is Italinate in style & absolutely beautiful inside. The backdrop & ceiling above the altar is spectacular, made up of tiny pieces of mosaic that literally glistens in...More
Interesting church in the middle of a picturesque village, on the day we visited we had an enthusiastic and knowledgeable volunteer, this is not somewhere you need to spend a long time time but is makes a fascinating change from English country houses.