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Abergwesyn Common
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South & Mid-Wales, UK

Abergwesyn Common

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Abergwesyn Common

Known as the rooftop of Wales, Abergwesyn Common is a wild, remote, exposed and seemingly endless landscape of Mid Wales.

Address and Contact Details for Abergwesyn Common

Address
Abergwesyn Common
Dan y Gyrn
Blaenglyn Farm
Libanus
Brecon
Powys LD3 8NF

Phone
+44 (0) 1874 625515

Email Address
brecon@nationaltrust.org.uk

Website
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