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Friday, 20 April 2012

Welsh History Month: Where is Wales' Most Important Place?





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Royal Commission aerial photograph of Snowdon Summit Railway Terminus, Betws Garmon, 1996.

Below is a list of sites in Wales proposed by experts as the most important in Welsh history, can you suggest any others?

Walesonline are asking for your views on which is the most vital in the development of the Welsh nation - read the articles below, then make your selection in the following poll.

Alternatively, tweet your views using the hashtag #welshhistorymonth, post a message on the Royal Commission's Facebook page or leave a comment here on the Heritage of Wales News blog.

The soccer grounds of Wales  - Professor Huw Bowen
Snowdon  - Professor Chris Williams
Lodge Hill, near Caerleon  - Dr Ray Howell
Llyn Fawr, in the Cynon Valley, and Llyn Cerrig Bach, on Anglesey  - Professor Raimund Karl
Strata Florida  - Professor David Austin
Aberlleiniog Castle, Anglesey  - Dr David Wyatt
Ysbyty Ifan and the tomb of Rhys ap Maredudd, Conwy  - Dr Madeleine Gray
Gower churches  - Dr Helen Nicholson
Llangwm Uchaf, Monmouthshire  - Dr Alun Withey
Llantrithyd House  - Dr Lloyd Bowen
Middleton Hall (National Botanic Gardens)  - Dr Lowri Rees
Pumlumon/The Elenydd  - Dr Martin Wright
The lower Swansea Valley  - Professor Huw Bowen
Merthyr  - Professor Chris Evans
Washburn Cemetery, Scranton, Pennsylvania  - Dr Bill Jones
Talerddig cutting, Powys  - Professor Iwan Morus
Cardiff Castle  - Dr Andrew Richardson
Penallta Colliery, near Ystrad Mynach - Dr Ben Curtis
The Street  - Dr Paul O'Leary
Tredegar  - Dr Steve Thompson
Mametz Wood  - Dr Robin Barlow
Barry Island  - Dr Andy Croll
The M4  - Dr Martin Johnes
The Welsh Assembly  - Dr Andrew Edwards

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