Pembroke is the traditional county town of Pembrokeshire in west Wales. However, the administrative centre and de facto county town is Haverfordwest.
Pembroke is located on the south Pembrokeshire peninsula on the Pembroke river which is fed by the main River Cleddau estuary. Pembroke town is located at the bottom of a small valley, flanked on all sides by woodland and arable farmland.
A major point of interest in the town is Pembroke Castle, the impressive remains of a stone mediæval castle which was the birthplace of King Henry VII of England. Pembroke town and castle and its surroundings are linked with the early Christian church. Later this was the site of the Knights of St John in the UK.
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