Llangollen is situated in the valley of the River Dee in Denbighshire, North Wales. Llangollen is renowned for the International Musical Eisteddfod held in the town each July. Singers and dancers from around the world perform both in the streets and in the International Pavilion. However, Llangollen has much more to offer and is popular with visitors throughout the year.
The history of Llangollen spans three thousand years, through the Iron Age and the original Dinas Bran Castle to the legend of King Arthur in the Dark Ages. Travel on in time past medieval days to Valle Crucis Abbey, but a mile from the station, and on again to the industrial revolution and the building of the Llangollen Canal and the Llangollen Railway.
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