St David's

St David's

St David's is Britain's smallest city. Lying on the River Alyn on St David's peninsula, the town is the de facto ecclesiastical capital of Wales and the final resting place of Saint David, the country's patron saint. St David's is the only city in the United Kingdom to lie entirely in a national park, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, and it lies near the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. In addition to the cathedral, attractions in the city include the 13th century Tower Gate, the Celtic Old Cross and a number of art galleries.

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