Looking along the River Dee from the bridge in Llangollen. To the left is The Corn Mill, a popular pub which serves real ales and has a reputation for good food. A flour mill has stood in this spot by the Dee for 700 years. The current building dates back to 1786, and was used as a mill until 1974. It re-opened in its current form in 2000.
Llangollen, Wales. North Wales is a magical, mysterious and enchanting world away. Rent a centuries-old cottage, wake to sheep grazing outside your window and soak in a culture which isn't, but feels, long forgotten.
✯ Valle Crucis Abbey is located near Llangollen, north Wales, UK. Nearby is the Pillar of Eliseg, a ninth century stone cross partly destroyed during the civil war. This ancient monument gives the abbey its name, which translated is the valley of the cross, founded in 1201
UNESCO stated that the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct (pronounced 'Pont-ker-suck-tay' for non-Welsh speakers) represented a 'masterpiece of human creative genius' and that it was an outstanding example of a construction that 'illustrated a significant stage in human history.'