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The famous waterfall at Aberdulais, where the River Dulais cascades over a man-made weir which was constructed in 1584 to harness the river's flow for the production of copper. The site remained in industrial use for over 300 years, and was used by an iron foundry, a corn mill and a tinplate works.

Aberdulais Falls
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