River Llugwy

River Llugwy is a tributary of the , and has its source at , a lake in the range of mountains in Snowdonia in north-west .

Notable Places in the Area

Museum
The is located at , , , on the site of the old railway goods yard. is situated 3500 feet north of River Llugwy. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Railway station
is a railway station on the Conwy Valley Line from to , Wales. is situated 3500 feet north of River Llugwy. Photo: Avocet, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Church
is situated 3400 feet north of River Llugwy. Photo: John Fielding, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Waterfall
is a waterfall on the at in in . is situated 1½ miles southeast of River Llugwy.

Localities in the Area

is a village of 564 people in county borough, and one of the primary tourist resorts in the . Photo: t.przechlewski, CC BY 3.0.

Village
is a village near in the county borough of , Wales. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY 3.0.

Village
is situated 2½ miles east of River Llugwy. Photo: Dot Potter, CC BY-SA 2.0.

River Llugwy

Latitude
53.0833° or 53° 5' north
Longitude
-3.8° or 3° 48' west
Elevation
318 feet (97 metres)
Geo­Names ID
2643880

Also Known As

  • Breton: Stêr Llugwy
  • Catalan: Llugwy
  • Catalan: Riu Llugwy
  • Catalan: riu Llugwy
  • Cebuano: Afon Llugwy
  • French: Rivière Llugwy
  • German: Afon Llugwy
  • German: Llugwy
  • German: River Llugwy
  • Livvi: Afon Llugwy (Conwy)
  • Livvi: Afon Llugwy
  • Low German: Afon Llugwy
  • Low German: Llugwy
  • Low German: River Llugwy
  • Mainfränkisch: Afon Llugwy
  • Mainfränkisch: Llugwy
  • Mainfränkisch: River Llugwy
  • Swedish: Afon Llugwy
  • Welsh: Afon Llugwy

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