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Moel Arthur Hillfort

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Moel Arthur Hillfort
Flintshire - Nannerch, Clwyd, Wales
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Moel Arthur is just one of a number of hill forts established on the summit of hills in the Clwydian Range. This photo was taken from the parking area near the path to another hill fort, Penycloddiau, to the north of Moel Arthur.

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