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    St. Mary's Church, Cilcain, North Wales

    St Etienne du Mont Church, Paris

    St Joseph's Church, Harbour of Kalkara, Malta

    St. James Episcopal Church- Sonora, California

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    St Julian's church (The Fisherman's Chuch) Tenby, Wales, UK by maryjo45, via Flickr

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    The ceiling of St David's Cathedral Tower, Pembrokeshire, Wales

    St Illtud's Church, Llantwit Major, Wales by Martin Beek, via Flickr

    Priory Church of St Mary Chepstow Monmouthshire Wales by Mark Sunderland, via Flickr

    St Mary Street, Cardiff, Wales, UK..| Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    St Mary's Church In Llanfair PG, Anglesey, North Wales, UK by PrestonWalesUK, via Flickr

    St Donat's Castle is a medieval castle in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales, overlooking the Bristol Channel in the village of St Donat's near Llantwit Major. The earliest surviving parts of the castle were built in the late 12th century by the de Hawey family. Ownership passed to the Stradling family in 1298 through marriage of Sir Peter Stradling to Joan de Hawey. It was bought and revitalised by newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst in 1925. Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    The Well at Saint-Non Chapel ~ Saint-David's, Pembrokeshire, West Wales, Held by tradition to be the birthplace of St. David.

    St Lythan's (Maes Y Felin) near Tinkinswood, Glamorgan, Wales. There is a hole in the rear stone. This is supposed to be a spirit hole...

    Inside St David's Cathedra, Wales, dates from 1123 but there has been a place of worship on the site for thousands of yearsl © Mike Phillips