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Rhondda - Looking down on Cwm Parc

There's a valley called the Rhondda

Glamorganshire, Caerphilly, Castle II.jpg (791×491)

Glamorganshire, Caerphilly, Castle II.jpg (791×491)

Nantymoel in the Ogmore Valley

Nantymoel in the Ogmore Valley

From the top of the old bridge, you can look down the River Taff, past the sadly run-down Taff Vale Precinct on the right to the foot bridge that links Ynysangharad Park with the main shopping area of Taff Street in  Pontypridd, Wales

From the top of the old bridge, you can look down the River Taff, past the sadly run-down Taff Vale Precinct on the right to the foot bridge that links Ynysangharad Park with the main shopping area of Taff Street in Pontypridd, Wales

Blue penguins crossing, Oamaru, N Z

Blue penguins crossing, Oamaru, N Z

Tremendous views from the Sugar Loaf looking across at the Black Mountains

Tremendous views from the Sugar Loaf looking across at the Black Mountains

HMS Warrior (1905). Builder: Pembroke Dock. Laid down: 5 November 1903. Launched: 25 November 1905. Commissioned: 12 December 1906. Fate: Sank 1 June 1916, after the Battle of Jutland. Class: Warrior-class armoured cruiser. Displacement: 14,700 tons. Length: 505 ft 4 in (154.0 m). Beam: 73 ft 6 in (22.4 m). Draught: 27 ft 6 in (8.4 m). Installed power: 23,650 ihp. Speed: 23 knots (43 km/h).

British Cruiser HMS Defence sinks at the Battle of Jutland/Skagerrak May picture by Alma Burlton

The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is the best way (and sometimes the only way) to experience the most dramatic portions of Wales' rugged coast, including this portion on St. Non's Bay. Photo: Spud Hilton, The Chronicle / SF

Wales ramble: A walk through history

The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is the best way (and sometimes the only way) to experience the most dramatic portions of Wales' rugged coast, including this portion on St. Photo: Spud Hilton, The Chronicle / SF

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