Conwy Castle - UNESCO heritage since 1986.

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Conwy Castle - UNESCO heritage since 1986.

Seen from the bridge over River Conwy.

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River Conwy's estuary.

Seen from the bridge that leads to Conwy.

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Buoy.

It stands on the Quay of Conwy.

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Sculpture of mussels.

Made in limestone from Kilkenny, Ireland, it stands on the Quay of Conwy. Mussels play a major role in local economy.

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Lower Gate and ancient walls.

Seen from Lower Gate Street, Conwy.

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Kind of marketing.

Outside the bar Liverpool Arms, at Lower Gate Street, Conwy.

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The smallest house of Great Britain (16th century).

With no more than 10 feet of length (3m) and 4 feet and 3 inches of width (1,3m), it can be visited at Lower Gate Street, Conwy.

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Tiny bedroom.

Inside the smallest house of Great Britain (16th century), at Lower Gate Street, Conwy. To access the bedroom on the first floor, you must climb a ladder into a sort of trap door.

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Aberconwy House.

This medieval house stands on the corner of Castle Street (left) with High Street (right), at Conwy.
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