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Village / Town Factfiles  Ffeiliau Ffeithiau Pentrefi / Trefi


Llanrwst - local market town in the Conwy Valley.
Betws-y-Coed - popular village in the Conwy Valley.
Capel Curig - between Betws-y-Coed and Snowdon.
Capel Garmon - small village set above the Conwy Valley.
Dolwyddelan - set in the picturesque Lledr Valley.
Penmachno - quiet village in the tranquil Machno Valley.



Historic Site Factfiles  Ffeiliau Ffeithiau Safleoedd Hanesyddol


Caernarfon Castle - built by Edward I.
Conwy Castle - built by Edward I.
Dolwyddelan Castle - built by the Welsh princes.
Ty Mawr Wybrnant - birthplace of Bishop William Morgan who was the first person to translate the Bible into Welsh.



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