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Originally built in 1868 for the Norwegian sailors visiting Cardiff when it was one of the busiest coal exporting docks in the world, the Church was located a mile from its current position, but moved, piece by piece, to its new location in 1990. It now ho : Stock Photo

Originally built in 1868 for the Norwegian sailors visiting Cardiff when it was one of the busiest coal exporting docks in the world, the Church was located a mile from its current position, but moved, piece by piece, to its new location in 1990. It now ho

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Originally Built In 1868 For The Norwegian Sailors Visiting Cardiff When It Was One Of The Busiest Coal Exporting Docks In The World The Church Was Located A Mile From Its Current Position But Moved Piece By Piece To Its New Location In 1990 It Now Ho Stock Photo 133661398Abstract,Church,Angle,Architecture,Art And Craft,Below,British Culture,Building Exterior,Built Structure,Cardiff,Cardiff Bay,Carpenter,Carpentry,Chapel,City,City Life,Color Image,Craft,Cultures,Expertise,Geographical Locations,Horizontal,Looking,Low,Make,Making,Outdoors,Photography,Place,Religion,Season,Skill,Spire,Spirituality,Steeple,Summer,Sun,Sunlight,Sunny,Tower,Tradition,Travel Destinations,UK,Unity,View,Wales,Welsh Culture,Window,Wood,WorkingPhotographer Collection: Britain On View