Pembroke is a town in Pembrokeshire, Wales. In 2001, the community had a population of 7,214, making it one of the larger towns in the county. Pembroke features a number of historic buildings, town walls and complexes. Pembroke Castle, the substantial remains of a stone medieval fortress, stands at the Western tip of the peninsular. The castle was the seat of the powerful Earls of Pembroke and the birthplace of King Henry VII of England.