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Swansea Marina in the fog- https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/d0/b5/da/d0b5da7748d4837fb2146c8f55157f48.jpg

Swansea Marina in the fog- https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/d0/b5/da/d0b5da7748d4837fb2146c8f55157f48.jpg

Steel Works at night, Port Talbot, Wales

Steel Works at night, Port Talbot, Wales

Merthyr Mawr / Ogmore Stepping Stones in the snow - Bridgend, South Wales. 10 minutes from my home :-)

Merthyr Mawr / Ogmore Stepping Stones in the snow - Bridgend, South Wales. 10 minutes from my home :-)

Sand dunes at The Warren Merthyr Mawr Glamorgan Towns & Villages.  One of my favourite places in the world.

Sand dunes at The Warren Merthyr Mawr Glamorgan Towns & Villages. One of my favourite places in the world.

beautiful Langland Bay

beautiful Langland Bay

Ogmore-by-Sea, Bridgend, South Wales - Previous pinner said, "......Following a walk through beautiful undulating sand dunes, my boyfriend and I reached the coast line to discover this stunning beach, shared with a solitary horse and his man. The sheer relaxation of being so isolated by the sea, combined with a beautiful animal and far reaching views is something that will stay with me for a long time." - Julia G

Ogmore-by-Sea, Bridgend, South Wales - Previous pinner said, "......Following a walk through beautiful undulating sand dunes, my boyfriend and I reached the coast line to discover this stunning beach, shared with a solitary horse and his man. The sheer relaxation of being so isolated by the sea, combined with a beautiful animal and far reaching views is something that will stay with me for a long time." - Julia G

17. Glyndŵr's Parliament House "[Owain's] rebellion caused a great upsurge in Welsh identity and he was widely supported by Welsh people throughout the country. As a response, the English parliament passed the Penal Laws in 1402. These prohibited the Welsh from carrying arms, holding office and dwelling in fortified towns. These prohibitions also applied to Englishmen who married Welsh women. The laws remained in force after the rebellion, although in practice they were gradually relaxed."

17. Glyndŵr's Parliament House "[Owain's] rebellion caused a great upsurge in Welsh identity and he was widely supported by Welsh people throughout the country. As a response, the English parliament passed the Penal Laws in 1402. These prohibited the Welsh from carrying arms, holding office and dwelling in fortified towns. These prohibitions also applied to Englishmen who married Welsh women. The laws remained in force after the rebellion, although in practice they were gradually relaxed."

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