A journey through Wales

Conwy Castle in North Wales is a medieval
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Conwy Castle in North Wales is a medieval fortification built by Edward I and is considered by UNESCO to be one of "the finest examples of late 13th century and early 14th century military architecture in Europe." (Credit: Visit Wales)

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Wales, part of the United Kingdom, has plenty to offer tourists. In addition to its 10 narrow-gauge railways, it boasts 641 castles, 3 national parks and 11 million sheep. Here are some views of the country.

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