This certainly was a hidden treasure. The best preserved in the country. Even though I had worked out where it was on the map, we still had to ask a local (the road leading to the car park is opposite the stone works). The interpretation boards are wonderful, and it was great to be able to climb above to see the kiln from above on the pedestrian route. One could get really nice perspective shots inside due to the many chambers and there were only a couple of places where it was dark
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