It still stands opposite the Invercauld Hotel, but has been converted to residential use.
Braemar's "West Church" was built by the breakaway Free Church following a schism in the Church of Scotland in 1843.
(There is an outstanding view over the Dwyryd Estuary, looking down to Portmeirion, Harlech Castle to the left, mountains and the Glaslyn Estuary to the right, Rhinog mountains to the South and Snowdonia to the North.) The trial project lasted seven years.
The roots of the World Community lie in the desert tradition of early Christianity dating back to the 4th century.
In 1975 John Main, an Irish Benedictine monk (1926-1982), started the first Christian Meditation Centre in London.
Groups meet in homes, parishes, schools, offices, hospitals, prisons and universities.
The ancient burial ground of Llandecwyn and its Victorian small Welsh church, which replaced a much older church in the 19th century, is on an ancient neolithic/bronze age way, now part of the newly signposted Ardudwy Way long distance path.