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Moelfre - Anglesey
Wales

Moelfre (which means barren hill) is located on the east coast of Anglesey, North Wales.


The ship, the Royal Charter, was wrecked along this coastline in 1859 although when we visited Moelfre its was calm seas and a quiet undisturbed atmosphere throughout the entire village.

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Tags: moelfre; moelfrey; anglesey; anglesea; north wales; coast
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