St David’s is rich in history.  And was certainly a very important destination during the Middle Ages.  In the 12thcentury, the Pope decreed that two trips to St David’s is equal to one trip to Rome – you can imagine how pilgrims flocked to this tiny city!  People still do today.   It…

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In the tranquil surroundings of Heaton Park, in the city of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, stands the ruin of the Camera of Adam.  The historical value of this building is substantial, as it is an early example of a medieval fortified hall house. At this time, in the 13th century, not just anyone could build a fortified house. …

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