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Din Lligwy ancient settlement - an ancient monument on the island of Anglesey.

Din Lligwy Ancient Fortress Settlement SH 501861.

Din Lligwy - the outer walls

Din Lligwy - the outer walls

Located near Llanallgo, the settlement dates from the 4th century AD, where iron was smelted for tools and weapons. Nine buildings still survive on the site, which covers approximately half an acre and is enclosed by a low stone wall. Din Lligwy church built circa 1200AD is in the same area. This is definitely one of the best preserved and most interesting sites on Anglesey.



Din Lligwy Round House

Anglesey, Ancient Monument, Din Lligwy Round House

Din Lligwy - a general view

Anglesey, Ancient Monument, Din Lligwy - a general view

Din Lligwy - a long house

Anglesey, Ancient Monument, Din Lligwy - a long house

Din Lligwy CADW Sign

Anglesey, Ancient Monument, Din Lligwy CADW Sign

 




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