Pembroke Dock

Pembroke Dock

Pembroke Dock (Welsh: Doc Penfro) is a city in the south of Pembrokeshire in Wales. It is located north of Pembroke and has 8,676 inhabitants. The city was founded in 1814, as there is a new shipyard was built on a large number of ships built. The port located along the river Daugleddau is now used primarily as a ferry port, from which boats bound for Rosslare Harbor travel to Ireland. As in many parts of the county of Pembrokeshire, the oil industry is the biggest employer here. Attraction of the city is the museum in the Gun Tower, a fortress in the harbor.

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