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Llanuwchllyn Gwynedd Wales
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The Afon Dyfrdwy (River Dee in English)is about 70 miles long, it rises below Mynydd Dduallt(662m)in the hills above Llanuwchllyn, Gwynedd, Mid Wales before it passes through Llyn Tegid (Bala Lake) and then flows north via Llangollen and Chester, and discharges to the sea into an estuary between Wales and the Wirral in England. The river has been famed as a mixed fishery with Salmon and trout fishing, mostly in the upper waters and a good coarse fishery in the lower reaches. The picture shows the Dyfrdwy as it passes near to the village of Llanuwchllyn close to the confluences of the Afon Twrch and the Afon Lliw before it enters Llyn Tegid, (Bala Lake).
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