Saint David's

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Saint David's cathedral is not much of a landmark, since it was built in such a way that invading Norse raiders would overlook it. The cathedral was built in the 12th century and holds the remains of Saint David. The building was hit by an earthquake in 1248 that mixed up the foundations and the floor and makes the cathedral look much older than it actually is. During the Middle Ages it was said that two pilgrimages to Saint David's equaled one to Rome. Trips to nearby islands can be arranged at Saint David's. Saint David's is 355 km west of London.

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