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dolwyddelan castle north wales

Dolwyddelan Castle in the snow
Castell Dolwyddelan yn yr eira

Historic Sites

The area is steeped in history, with many sites of historical interest in the region. Information on some of these sites is included in this section.

Mae'r ardal yn llawn hanes, ac mae yna lawer o safleoedd o ddiddordeb hanesyddol. Mae'r adran yma'n cynnwys gwybodaeth am rai o'r safleoedd yma.



Castles

Caernarfon Castle - built by Edward I.
Conwy Castle - built by Edward I.
Dolwyddelan Castle - built by the Welsh princes.

Other sites

Ty Mawr Wybrnant - birthplace of Bishop William Morgan who was the first person to translate the Bible into Welsh.

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