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By John Barden Davies

the preferred medieval city of Conwy in North Wales, ruled through its thirteenth-century citadel, has a protracted and infrequently violent historical past. there are lots of tales in the back of the town’s old fort and partitions, its streets and constructions, and its citizens, previous and current, well-known and notorious. those are informed the following, by means of neighborhood writer John Barden Davies, as he is taking the reader on their own A-Z travel round the town’s heritage, exploring its nooks and crannies, and alongside the best way concerning many a desirable story of the main attention-grabbing humans and areas. absolutely illustrated with photos, this new A-Z advisor to the town’s historical past will attract citizens and viewers alike.

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