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The River Dysynni (Welsh: Afon Dysynni) is a river in Gwynedd, West Wales. The Dysynni flows from Tal-y-llyn Lake in a southwestern direction to Abergynolwyn, where it is joined by the Afon Gwernol, from where it flows in a northwestern direction to the wider Dysynni Valley, where it is joined by the Afon Cadair. The river then meanders in a southwestern direction to the Broad Water lagoon, where it enters Cardigan Bay to the north of Tywyn.<br><br> The Dysynni Valley is one of Wales most beautiful valleys, overlooked from the north by the Cadair Idris Massif, and the huge rock face of Craig yr Aderyn from the south. The ruins of the picturesque medieval castle, Castell y Bere, hide among the trees on a rocky outcrop, and within the valley itself little moves but for sheep and cattle and the occasional walker or cyclist.
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