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Bradshaw’s Guide

Llandaff Cathedral from the north, Llandaff, Wales. Taken between ca. 1890 and ca. 1900. Original: Library of Congress

Llandaff

Llandaff, a small decayed village, but the seat of a diocese, founded in the 5th century, having a half ruined Cathedral, 270 feet long, chiefly in the early English style. The south door is Norman. Some old monuments are seen — one being ascribed to Dubritias, the first bishop.

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