Shout Wales
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The Green Bridge
A dramatic natural rock arch and rock pillars on the south
west coast of Pembrokeshire. The road to the Stack Rocks
passes through an army tank range and is closed at certain
times.
Green Bridge
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STACK ROCKS
The name comes from the 'elegug', the Welsh term for
the guillemots and razorbills that nest here. Other
common species are kittiwakes, fulmars and
cormorants and together they make up the largest
seabird nesting colony in Pembrokeshire.
Stack Rocks
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Nash Point Lighthouse
Nash Point Lighthouse is an iconic 19th century, grade
2 listed, historic building. It is a major part of our
social and maritime history and was the last manned
lighthouse in Wales.
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A fascinating name for a fortified and always
enchanting and interesting fishing village.
Tenby
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Tintern Abbey
Cistercian abbey created in Wales and the second
largest in Britain
although it has almost never played a significant
historical role [. It is also a rare example of an abbey
of which many parts have remained almost intact
after the closing of the monasteries.  
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Caerphilly Castle located in South
Wales, was first built between 1268 and
1290 CE. The largest medieval castle in
Wales.
Caerphilly Castle
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St David's Cathedral
Since the 6th century there has been a church on
this site. For the past 1500 years prayer and
worship has been offered to God on a daily basis
which continues to this day.
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A  five day road trip in the south of Wales in the company of
@Graz (Federico Graziati) who made us discover the beauty
of Wales.
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