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Aberhosan
Aberhosan is located in Powys
Aberhosan
Aberhosan
Location within Powys
OS grid referenceSN811973
Principal area
Ceremonial county
CountryWales
Sovereign stateUnited Kingdom
Post townMACHYNLLETH
Postcode districtSY20
Dialling code01654
PoliceDyfed-Powys
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52°33′40″N 3°45′14″W / 52.561°N 3.754°W / 52.561; -3.754

Aberhosan (About this soundWelsh pronunciation ) is a village in the Welsh principal area of Powys, located between the historic town of Machynlleth and village of Dylife. It is in the historic county of Montgomeryshire.

Aberhosan village
Aberhosan village
Narrow bridge over 'Nant Cymdu' before its confluence with 'Nant Blaen y Cwm' in Aberhosan
Narrow bridge over 'Nant Cymdu' before its confluence with 'Nant Blaen y Cwm' in Aberhosan

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Wynford Vaughan-Thomas

Memorial toposcope, Wynford Vaughan-Thomas pointing towards Snowdon
Memorial toposcope, Wynford Vaughan-Thomas pointing towards Snowdon

In 1990 a memorial was unveiled at 'Cadair viewpoint' (at 52°32′56″N 3°43′06″W / 52.5489°N 3.7183°W / 52.5489; -3.7183 (Vaughan-Williams memorial toposcope)) to the broadcaster and writer Wynford Vaughan-Thomas CBE . It is a toposcope, looking out over the rolling hills and mountains, with a depiction of Vaughan-Thomas pointing towards Snowdon, Wales' highest peak, which is just visible on a clear day.[1]

References

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 6 August 2009. Retrieved 2008-04-16.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link) Across the hills towards Yr Wyddfa and the Snowdonia National Park

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