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Cawrence, Cropmark Enclosure. 1996. (Image: DI2005_0139 / NPRN: 308918) Llwynywormwood ruins from the north, Carmarthenshire (Image: DS2005_065_008 / NPRN: 15731) Braich Moel Smytho Farmstead, Parc-newydd, Rhosgadfan. 20/8/1999. (Image: CD2005_632_002 / NPRN: 402689)


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