Bristol is a city in the southwest of England. It is home to Bristol Cathedral, the original structure of which dates back to the twelfth century. Bristol developed as a port city, although the Port of Bristol has now moved from the city center. The city was deeply involved in the slave trade throughout the eighteenth century. John Wesley founded the first Methodist chapel in the city in 1739. Bristol was heavily damaged by German bombing in the Second World War.


Latitude: 51.475660872204
Longitude: -2.565379141015