New PDF release: A-Z of Conwy: Places-People-History

By John Barden Davies

ISBN-10: 1445664399

ISBN-13: 9781445664392

the preferred medieval city of Conwy in North Wales, ruled by way of its thirteenth-century fortress, has an extended and infrequently violent heritage. there are various tales in the back of the town’s historic fort and partitions, its streets and constructions, and its citizens, prior and current, recognized and notorious. those are instructed right here, by way of neighborhood writer John Barden Davies, as he is taking the reader on their own A-Z journey round the town’s heritage, exploring its nooks and crannies, and alongside the way in which concerning many a desirable story of the main attention-grabbing humans and locations. totally illustrated with pictures, this new A-Z advisor to the town’s historical past will entice citizens and viewers alike.

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