Aberaeron is one of Wales' very first "planned" towns, the idea of establishing a port at the Aeron's mouth having been the brainchild of a local cleric, the Reverend Alban Jones-Gwynne, in the nineteenth century. The town celebrated its bicentenary in 2007. The town's most striking feature is its architecture. One house in every four is listed either as being of special architectural or historical interest.
(Cardiff, Tenby, Aberaeron, Betws-y-Coed)
As the swirling waters of the River Wye rage below, the noble Chepstow Castle stands in silent sentry as it has since the 13th century when medieval warlords controlled this mystical land.
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