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Nevern, Dyfed, Wales circa 1992. A detail of the Great Cross  in St Brynach Church yard. This is Wales most famous Celtic cross. Standing thirteen feet tall, and carved in the tenth or eleventh century. The endless interlacying ribbon design possibly represent eternity. From the authors book Mysterious Britain.
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The endless interlacying ribbon design represents eternity.
Nevern, Dyfed, Wales circa 1992. A detail of the Great Cross in St Brynach Church yard. This is Wales most famous Celtic cross. Standing thirteen feet tall, and carved in the tenth or eleventh century. The endless interlacying ribbon design possibly represent eternity. From the authors book Mysterious Britain.

Filename: Great Cross St Brynach Church Nevern Dyfed Wales .jpg
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From gallery: MYSTERIOUS BRITAIN
Source: Homer Sykes
Date: 25 Aug 2014
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