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LLanrwst, Wales, United Kingdom

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Today we visit Llanrwst in Conwy County Borough, Wales, United Kingdom. Llanrwst developed around the wool trade and later became known for making harps and clocks.
The town grew in the 13th century, aided by a decree by Edward 1 of England, who said no Welshman could trade within 10 miles of the nearby village of Conwy (where he had Conwy Castle built). After that, Llanrwst, 13 miles from Conwy, experienced a significant boost.

There is much history attached to Llanrwst and the area of the town. At one point in history, the town was seized by Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, Prince of Wales, who declared it Free Borough of Llanrwst. The borough remained free for years and had its own coat of arms and flag.

3,323 people live in Llanrwst (per 2011). Today Llanrwst welcomes many tourists who come for the beauty of the town and its surroundings – and its exciting history!
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Wow! What a beautiful roof when in bloom.

That was a very old bridge! Thanks for making it into a puzzle.

Beautiful picture thanks for posting.

My mother was born in Deganway Wales and at 7 yrs. old, when with her family of 6 children moved to Canada, Toronto to be exact. Her mother died just 2 yrs. later. But my Mom was a great and super Mom. She unfortunately died young at the age of 50. But she never got the opportunity to go back to her home country and neither did any of her family. We heard many nice things about Wales and I always wanted to go there as well. My husband and I were also planning a trip there and he unfortunately passed life suddenly and I never got a chance to go. I'm always interested whenever I hear or see something of Wales so thank you for posting on puzzles this great photo of a unique bridge in Wales. . I like bridge and railway puzzles as well. I'm fairly slow with the puzzles as I have very poor vision but do them anyway. I really like doing them.

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