I think this is the last post from my summer vacation and it’s a quick visit to Strumble Head, a rocky (more…)
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In August we visited St David’s in the far west of Pembrokeshire and here are my pictures of the wonderful cathedral.
It is believed that it was built on the site of the monastery of St David, Abbot of Menevia, who died in the year 589.
Construction of the cathedral started in 1181, although it has been altered a lot since then, and in the early 14th century Bishop Gower built the nearby bishop’s palace, now a picturesque ruin.
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