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Abergwyngregyn (known locally as Aber) is
a tiny village located between the Menai
Strait and the foothills of Snowdonia and is well-known for
the nearby Aber Falls. The area has great historic importance
as it served as the strategic crossing point of the Menai Strait
to Anglesey and much evidence still exists of occupation
from prehistoric times through to the Roman period.

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