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SH7879 :: Castell Deganwy Castle from the East

Taken 16 years ago by John S Turner near Llandudno, Conwy, Wales

Castell Deganwy Castle from the East by John S Turner
Castell Deganwy Castle from the East

It is easy to see why a castle would have been built on these two rocky outcrops, although there is not much of it left now. In the far distance to the left you can see Penmon Point on Anglesey, and Puffin Island. On the right is the Great Orme.
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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 John S Turner
Taken 20060727 200607 2006 (about 16 years ago)
Submitted 2006-12-05
Subject castle ·
Group Great Orme ·
Term great orme · anglesey · puffin island · puffin · rocky outcrops ·

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