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Bodafon Mountain in Brynrefail
Brynrefail Anglesey Wales
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Bodafon Mountain, Mynydd Bodafan, (178m) is located in the north east of the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. It sits between Llyn (Lake) Allaw to the west and the seaside resorts of Moelfre and Benllech to the east. The summit, Yr Arwydd, is the highest point on the island of Anglesey but not the county of Anglesey. (Holyhead Mountain takes that honour). It is an easy walk to the top of Bodafon Mountain from where a small lake which contains various varieties of fish may be seen. To the east of the hill is found an iron age earthwork, and to the north east are several ancient sites including the Lligwy Burial Chamber and the Din Lligwy settlement.
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