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Llandaff Cathedral


The beautiful Llandaff Cathedral stands on one of the oldest Christian sites in Britain.  


The present Cathedral dates from 1107 and was instigated by  Bishop Urban, the first Bishop appointed by the Normans.  


It was heavily damaged in the Second World War, and was later restored by George Pace who gave the Cathedral a sense of spaciousness.  He constructed the Welch Regiment Memorial Chapel and also Sir Jacob Epstein’s controversial aluminium statue of Christ in Majesty.


Click here to see Llandaff Cathedral archive photos.


Click here for the Llandaff Cathedral website




Llandaff Cathedral Entrance to Llandaff Cathedral The Dean's Steps The Prichard Bridge St. Teilo's Well The Cathedral and Buckley statue