Talley can be found north of Llandeilo in the county of Carmarthenshire, South West Wales. It is famous for its abbey founded here circa 1187 by Rhys ap Gruffydd. The abbey was Cistercian to begin with, but soon became the only White Canon monastery in the country.
The abbey sat beside two lakes, the Upper Talley Lake and the Lower Talley Lake, from which fish was used to feed the monks. ....
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