Oh, that is Caerphilly Castle, the oldest fortress in Cambria.
The history of Caerphilly in the Middle Ages need not detain us long.
He thought he was in the church at Caerphilly, and found many harps hanging about the pulpit, wrapped in coverings of green.
The perfection of Caerphilly as a fortress saved it from serious attacks.
Caerphilly Castle had not the political importance of Cardiff, but far surpasses it as a fortress.
Certainly, his ministry was gloriously successful at Caerphilly.
The Pontypridd and Newport railway was constructed in 1887, and there is a joint station at Caerphilly for both railways.
He had not been long in Caerphilly, before the Spirit of God was poured copiously upon the people.
Of the two last we have splendid examples in Cardiff and Caerphilly.
Its romance is deepened by the obscurity of its history—for the story of Caerphilly has many blanks and breaks.