St Peter's Square, Landmarks Ruthin, Denbighshire - Wales where to go, what to see and where to stay in Wales

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St Peter's Square, is a landmark in the town of Ruthin, North Wales. All roads in the Vale of Clwyd lead uphill to St Peter's Square, and indeed it appears all places of importance within the town of Ruthin can be reached from St Peter's Square, including the Parish Church of St Peters , Ruthin Castle, and Ruthin Gaol. It is said that an ancient stone within the square was the spot where King Arthur beheaded Huail his rival in love and war. More recent executions took place from the gibbet of the Old Court House in the square with the last taking place in 12 August 1679.
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