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Interior of Newport Cathedral

Interior of Newport Cathedral

The interior shown in the photograph has the bareness of a monkish refectory or dormitory, not greatly relieved by the handsomely carved font in the centre. It is believed that the nook-shafts of the arch between the nave and the 13th-century chapel are Roman columns brought from Caerleon, and there are other features of archaeological interest. The arch itself is good Norman work.

Other pictures from The Cathedrals of Wales


A Priory, now the Cathedral of Swansea and Brecon

S. Woolloss Church, Cathedral of Newport

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