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    Wales

    Photographer Lorentz Gullachsen uncovers the wonders of Wales in its farmers’ markets, untouched coast, and culture-packed capital for the summer ’09 issue of Sherman’s Travel.

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    Wales - The Skirrid (Ysgyrdy) Fawr

    One of two stones that remain of the doorway to St. Michael’s Chapel now mark the Skirrid (Ysgyrdy) Fawr – the most easterly ridge of the Black Mountains in Wales, just outside Abergavenny.

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    Wales - The Skirrid (Ysgyrdy) Fawr

    Hiking up the Skirrid (Ysgyrdy) Fawr from Abergavenny in early summer offers lush and beautiful scenery.

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    Wales - The Market Hall, Abergavenny

    The Market Hall in Abergavenny offers a fun variety of antique, craft, flea and farmer’s markets throughout the year.

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    Wales - The Market Hall, Abergavenny

    A colorful hat vendor at Market Hall in Abergavenny.

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    Wales - The Abergavenny Museum and Castle

    The view of the town of Abergavenny from the Abergavenny Museum and Castle grounds.

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    Wales - Bardsey Island

    Bardsey Island, seen from the coast of Gwynedd in the Lynn Peninsula of Northern Wales is a popular summer spot known for its cottages and independence from electricity.

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    Wales - The Central Plaza, Portmeirion

    The Central Plaza of the resort village of Portmeirion, Wales. The Italiante-inspired village was designed by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis and constructed between 1925 and 1975.

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    Wales - The Hotel Portmeirion

    The Hotel Portmeirion.

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    Wales - Cardiff Bay, Cardiff

    Cardiff is the capital and largest city in Wales. The Cardiff Bay waterfront area has undergone significant redevelopment.

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    Wales - The Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

    The Millennium Stadium is the national stadium of Wales, located on the Cardiff waterfront. The Stadium is home to the Wales national rugby union and football teams.

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    Wales - Cardiff Castle

    View of the Cardiff Castle Clock Tower – a medieval castle turned neo-gothic mansion in Cardiff.

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