Brentor is a village in West Devon, England. Its population in 2001 was 423. The
village is dominated by the hill of Brent Tor, topped by the village's church.
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Mar 29, 2016 ... One of the more prominent features of Dartmoor is the tiny church perched on top
of rocky outcrop known as Brentor, (see ill. 1 here) for a ...
But it is the famous Brent Tor with its 19th century church of St Michael de Rupe
perched precariously on top that Brentor is known. The myth goes that the the ...
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The small village of Brentor is famous for its medieval parish church of St Michael
de Rupe, which stands on a rocky tor overlooking the Burn valley. The tor is all ...
The Legend of Brentor Church. The giants were all dead and the witches had fled
to Wales driven by the friends of Bowerman, but one evil genius still remained.
Nov 13, 2016 ... The Church of St. Michael de Rupe (St. Michael of the Rock), Brentor, is perhaps
the most striking English example of a church on a height.
Mar 28, 2013 ... Church of St. Michael De Rupe , Brentor , Dartmoor. The Church of St Michel de
Rupe ("Saint Michael of the Rock") atop the Tor dates to the ...
Brentor is located within West Devon local authority area. Historically it formed
part of Tavistock Hundred. It falls within Tavistock Deanery for ecclesiastical ...