IChurch of St Silin At centre of Llansilin village. Stone-walled churchyard with iron gates at west to High Street; prominent War Memorial of Celtic Cross form; sundial.
IIChurch of St. Cadwaladr, Llangadwaladr At south side of Ffordd Sugn, 2 km north of Moelfre. The churchyard is entered by iron gates in a stone wall at north and west, and is hedged and fenced elsewhere. Many chest tombs. Considerable numbe
IITelephone Call-box in Llansilin village. At the west side of High Street (B4580), close to road junction at north end of village. Set against rubble boundary wall with former local Post Office diagonally opposite.
IITy-mawr To south of a minor road in the Afon Ogau valley about 1 km north-east of the village of Llansilin.
II*Ty-newydd To east of farm buildings, 1 km south of the village of Llansilin.
II*Tyddyn Cynar Reached by a track to the south of the minor road from Llangadwaladr to Rhydycroesau.
IIWynnstay Inn At east side of High Street in Llansilin village.
IIYsgwennant At north side of a minor road from Llangadwaladr to Rhydycroesau, on a south facing slope in the valley of Afon Ysgwennant about 3.2 km NW of Llansilin village.
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