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Snowdonia 10.07.15  (728) | by Welsh Photographs

Snowdonia 10.07.15 (728) | by Welsh Photographs

✯ 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

✯ 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 cros

Carl Mydans - Fog Coming in, Swansea, Wales, 1954

sometimes rain begins with the fog // Carl Mydans:Fog Coming in, Swansea, Wales, 1954

Boy destroying Piano, Wales, 1961.    photo by Philip Jones Griffiths

"Boy Destroying Piano" photographed by Phillip Jones Griffiths in Pant-y-Waen, Wales,

~~Wales, March 2014 | a foggy picturesque landscape by revpdwilson~~

I want to sit under this tree with a mug of tea and a really good book. And never leave.

Welsh knitter 3

century studio portrait of Welsh woman knitting by the photographer John Thomas.

Red Self Portrait  by Shani Rhys-James        Date painted: 1992   Collection: National Museum of Wales / Amgueddfa Cymru

Red Self Portrait by Shani Rhys-James Date painted: 1992 Oil on canvas, x cm Collection: National Museum of Wales / Amgueddfa Cymru

How To Build a Coracle – A One Person Boat Made From Twigs and Such

Coracle Making. Photograph by the National Museum Wales. A father teaching his son to build a coracle …. passing the skill on to the next generation.

A scene of Cardiff, capital of Wales: The modern and the people who live today are inextricably linked to those who were here before us.  My personal tip as someone who has lived there my whole life; look up when walking down the streets of Cardiff, for the buildings above remain the same, it is only where you stand that changes.  Seriously, we have some amazing hidden architecture, some of which has been that ways for centuries.

Photographer Rahim Mastafa has merged wonderful archived pictures with modern images to bring forgotten parts of Cardiff back to life

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