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Introduction to Places of Intrest

I have only introduced three places of interest into this section, however, all three are places that are embedded in the history of my nation.

Aberffraw on Anglesey, because of its involvement with the ancient Kings and Princes of Wales

Brecon, because of both its 'bloody' past and its military connections, for it seems that the town will for ever be involved with armed struggles around the world. It has recently been announced that one of its military installations, because of the proximity of a large training area, is to become the home for training infantry Officers. A long time to be associated with arms 1100 to 2005

Fishguard, the only place where foreign troops actively engaged in an act of war, have landed upon British soil since the Norman did in 1066.

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