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Offa's Dyke

Running from Treuddyn near Wrexham in the north to Sedbury near Chepstow in the south, it is thought that the Dyke was built by Offa, King of Mercia during the 8th century.

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CASTLE RING, PEN OFFA

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OFFA'S DYKE, WERN-GIFORD SECTION

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OFFA'S DYKE NORTH-EAST OF CASTLE MILL

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OFFA'S DYKE SOUTH EAST TO BELE BROOK,...

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OFFA'S DYKE NORTH-EAST OF HOME FARM

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OFFA'S DYKE; CLAWDD OFFA (MAIN ENTRY)

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OFFA'S DYKE NORTH-EAST OF THE CHIRK CASTLE...

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OFFA'S DYKE :MELLINGTON HALL SECTION

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OFFA'S DYKE SOUTH OF PEN-Y-BRYN

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OFFA'S DYKE: SECTION NORTH & SOUTH OF...

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OFFA'S DYKE; CLAWDD OFFA (MAIN ENTRY)

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OFFA'S DYKE: SECTION SW FROM TATHAM BRIDGE

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