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Oct 13, 2013 - Crickhowell Donkeys

BACKGROUND Here’s what the Lonely Planet – Great Britain chapter on Hay-On-Wye and Mid Wales has to say on Crickhowell: Crickhowell and Llangattock These prosperous, picturesque, flower-bedecked villages face each across the River Usk, linked by an elegant 17th- century stone bridge famous for having 12 arches on one side, and 13 on the other. Crickhowell is named after the distinctive flat-topped Hywel’s Rock (451m), better known as Table Mountain, which rises to the north. The village grew up around a Norman motte (mound) and bailey...

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