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The Tomb of Edmund Tudor, St Davids Cathedral, Pembrokeshire, West Wales

By traveller47
A bit of history here. Edmund Tudor, son of Owen Tudor, married Margaret Beaufort and their son became King Henry VII of England. Henry VII married Elizabeth of York and their son became King Henry VIII. The Dissolution of the Monasteries by Henry VIII meant that Edmund's remains had to be moved from Carmarthen to St Davids Cathedral. Henry VIII paid for the removal and the tomb that can be seen when you visit St Davids Cathedral.

Tags: Travel Architecture Interior Pembrokeshire Available light Tourism Christianity West wales St davids cathedral son of Owen Tudor Edmund Tudor Relidgions

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Chinga Plus
9 3 2 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2018 1:23PM
Outstanding interior shot... I like it a lot.
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11 Nov 2018 6:39PM
Thanks Isabel. Best regards Steve
Spkr51 4 United States
11 Nov 2018 6:58PM
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