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SH7879 :: The Vardre, Deganwy

Taken 16 years ago by Jonathan Wilkins near Llandudno, Conwy, Wales

The Vardre, Deganwy by Jonathan Wilkins
The Vardre, Deganwy

Deganwy Castle was built across these two hills, but the remains of walls are not visible at this range. The quarried outcrop on the leftmost hill is a 20th century feature, where stone for local walling was obtained. Sheep grazing has apparently always been important here (see Fatw, which is behind the camera).
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Subject Grid Square SH7879
Subject Lat/Long 53.297508,-3.829003 (click to view more nearby images)
Near Llandudno, Conwy, Wales
Photographer Jonathan Wilkins
Taken 20060909 200609 2006 (about 16 years ago)
Submitted 2006-09-12
Subject hill ·
Group Remains of Deganwy Castle · Sheep · Grazing ·
Term 20th century · two hills · outcrop · fatw · sheep grazing ·

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