ST DAVID'S CATHEDRAL

Cardiff, Glamorganshire

St. David's Cathedral, Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales

Full dedication: Cathedral Church of St. David
Became a Cathedral in 1916

The rather neat-looking little Catholic Cathedral of Cardiff was begun around 1884 to designs by one of the lesser known members of the Pugin clan, Peter Paul. It was raised to Cathedral status is 1916. Bomb damage during World War II has now been repaired.

Photo - Andrew J. Müller

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