Llandaff Cathedral
Cathedral Road, Cardiff CF5 2LA Route Planner
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from 9am (Sun 7am) - closed after last office (7pm-8pm) - guided tour by prior booking


Cardiff Cathedral was built between 1120 and 1280 but fell into decay after the Reformation. The chancel is now separated from the nave by a concrete arch; it includes choir stalls dating from the 19C and a large aluminium Christ. Note, in the chapel dedicated to the Welsh regiment, Rossetti's triptych, The Seed of David.


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