Britain’s Smallest City (1/8)

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More the size of a village rather than a city, St Davids is a small cathedral city situated within the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in Wales, so is surrounded by stunning coastal scenery. For many centuries it has been a place of pilgrimage, with St. David, the patron saint of Wales, reputedly born on the cliff top during a fierce storm. A container in the cathedral is said to hold his bones, along with the bones of St Justinian.

St. Davids is a wonderful place to visit with its stunning attractions such as its 12th century Cathedral, the Gothic ruins of the Bishop’s Palace, and the city itself with its attractive narrow streets containing cafe’s, restaurants, galleries and shops.

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