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St. David’s Cathedral, Wales

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St David’s Cathedral (in Welsh: Eglwys Gadeiriol Tyddewi) is in Pembrokeshire county, the most westerly point of Wales.  The cathedral was built a beautiful spot, lying low in a valley near the ocean, and is an historic place.  Most consider it the finest cathedral in Wales and if you’re in the area, it’s certainly worth visiting.
A Brief history of St. David’s Cathedral:
 A monastic community was founded at this site by St. David, who was its Abbott, and there’s been a church here since the 6th century AD.  St. David died in 589 AD, but his community and the church he started live on, despite many hardships.  St. David is very dear to the Welsh — he’s their …

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