Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, nr Wrexham in Wales. One of the major engineering triumphs of Thomas Telford's remarkable career, The Pontcyslite Aquaduct carries the Shropshire Union Canal across the River Dee. The aquaduct is 127 feet above the valley floor
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.'
Visiting Portmeirion: The Italian style Village in North Wales