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Nevern church, Pembrokeshire

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Nevern church, Pembrokeshire
Pembrokeshire - Nevern, Dyfed, Wales
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Nevern is a small, picturesque village just east of Newport on the north coast of Pembrokeshire. Above the village is the remains of a medieval castle motte, while just outside the church shone here is the Nevern Cross, one of the finest Celtic crosses in Wales.

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