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Maen Llwyd (Rhos Dyrnog)

Standing Stone / Menhir

<b>Maen Llwyd (Rhos Dyrnog)</b>Posted by Kammer
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<b>Maen Llwyd (Rhos Dyrnog)</b>Posted by Kammer
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Maen Llwyd (Rhos Dyrnog) (Standing Stone / Menhir) by Kammer Taken 9th February 2003: Looking approximately north west towards the stone, with Fron Goch in the background (complete with Iron Age fort on top of it).

You can see how the hill gots it's name. Translated from the Welsh the word Fron means both hill and breast. The word Goch means red, which makes a lot of sense on a sunny day when the dead bracken catches the light.
Kammer Image Credit: Simon Marshall
Posted by Kammer
12th February 2003ce
Edited 12th February 2003ce
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