St. David's

A small city in Wales, St. David's is a site of pilgrimage with 1,500 years of religious history.

St Davids is a city in Pembrokeshire, Wales, in the United Kingdom. Lying on the River Alun on St Davids Peninsula, it is Britain's smallest city in terms of both size and population. The original Saint David's cathedral built on the site was often plundered by the Vikings and was destroyed in 1087. The present cathedral was built by the Normans and contained many relics, including the remains of St David. Next to the cathedral, the 13th century Bishops Palace is a ruin open to visitors. In addition to the cathedral, notable features of the city include the 14th century Tower Gate, the Celtic Old Cross and a number of art galleries. St David's is also a base for walking and water sports.
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