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Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Colonel Cardiffi, 1 Dec 2018.
Oxwich Bay this morning
Dr William Price statue in old Llantrisant. He performed the first ever cremation in Wales I think. My mate bought the old house he lived in, on top of a hill overlooking old Llantrisant, we renovated the place, massive house it was and spooky as fuck, I think he cremated his child in the garden, Dr price, not my mate.
Solva Harbour on Monday night , walking the dog, spooky as fuck , nobody around .
Conwy castle in the snow
As it's snowing...
50 foot tower of Dolbadarn castle, Llanberis
The Scott memorial, my own photo taken December 17th 2010
should show our bulging net tonite
The Sugarloaf, North of Abergavenny
Famed in the Middle Ages as ‘King Arthur’s Round Table’ and built to serve the Roman legionary fortress of Isca around AD 90, Caerleon Amphitheatre is open once again following recent bad weather! http://ow.ly/DjS630nXAfw @Caerleon_Baths
On to the 2nd largest castle in the UK @cadwwales Caerphilly Castle. Sat slap bang for the centre of town with a tower that leans more than Pisa! @Caerphilly_Cadw
King Arthur's Stone (Maen Ceti) in Gower is a chambered cairn dating from around 2,500 BC. A 10-ton section of the capstone has been broken off, and according to legend St. David cleaved it with his sword in protest of Druid worship.