Tag: GB – Castles and Town Walls of King Edward in Gwynedd

The two North Wales castles named in list of UK’s best world heritage sites; Joel Leaver & Stephanie Colderick; MSN

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The imposing landmarks are among our biggest attractions and now they are receiving global recognition…

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The two Welsh castles named among the UK’s best world heritage sites; Stephanie Colderick; Wales Online

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Inside the ‘haunted’ castle where ghost of girl whispers ‘don’t tell them’ to visitors; Rebecca Astill; Daily Mirror

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The Wales Coast Path’s Conwy: Experience 400 years of history in a day; Alexa Welch Edlund; Richmond Times-Dispatch

Standing in the turret atop King’s Tower, one has a bird’s-eye view of the Medieval walled town of Conwy. The tower is one of eight in Conwy Castle, which dominates…

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Conwy Castle; Mark Cartwright; Ancient History Encyclopaedia

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Beaumaris Castle; Mark Cartwright; Ancient History Encyclopaedia

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Harlech Castle; Mark Cartwright; Ancient History Encyclopedia

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Caernarfon Castle; Mark Cartwright; Ancient History Encyclopaedia

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Conwy Castle in Wales + 10 more things to do in Conwy for family holidays in North Wales; Just Go Places

You can easily visit Conwy for an extended period – Conwy attractions include the medieval Conwy Castle in Wales, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the Conwy Town Walls.  Among the other things to do in Conwy include the smallest house Conwy (the smallest house in Britain and the Bodnant Gardens National Trust.

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The Marina; A Morning At Caernafon Castle; Travels With Anthony

The lovely guide at the tour office aboard Marina asked Anthony three times; “How do you pronounce this name, please?” Her Greek voice was simply incapable of forming the word ‘Caernafon’ but then, that’s hardly surprising.

Source: THE MARINA; A MORNING AT CAERNAFON CASTLE

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