Wales - JoeDanielPrice

Llandaff Cathedral, Cardiff, Wales

Llandaff Cathedral in Cardiff, Wales was constructed in the 12th Centry on the site of an existing church. During World War 2 the cathedral suffered extensive damage when a parachute mine dropped nearby blew the roof off the nave and did damage to the spire and organ - only Coventry Cathedral suffered greater damage in the UK during this time.

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