Powys Is Still A Tourist Haven-cad2012序列号和密钥

UnCategorized Under the Local Government Act 1972, actually Powys was created on 1 April 1974 and originally had Brecknock, Montgomery and Radnor as districts under its control that were directly based on the previous administrative counties. Powys was reconstituted as a unitary authority, on 1 April 1996, when all its districts were ceased and with a little border shifting. Most of Powys has hilly area, with a little difficulty in driving a car while travelling from north to south. One third of its residents have Welsh accent while speaking and they live in rural areas, especially near Machynlleth, Llanfyllin and Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant Welsh speakers are concentrated mainly in the rural areas, especially around Machynlleth, Llanfyllin and Llanrhaeadr ym Mochnant, at the latter place William Morgan first translated and wrote the whole Bible into Welsh in 1588. Adjustments were made in the north east especially after adding the .munities of Llansilin, Llanrhaeadr ym Mochnant and Llangedwyn from district Glyndwr in Clwyd, all these were historically parts of Denbighshire. The Lord Lieutenant of Montgomeryshire was appointed the first Lord Lieutenant of Powys. The Lord Lieutenant of Radnorshire and Lord Lieutenant of Brecknockshire were appointed as Lieutenants. Recent research indicates that Powys is the happiest place in the whole of UK. Places of tourist interest include the Cave systems, which are there to be explored are Ogof y Daren Cilau, Ogof Craig a Ffynnon, Ogof Agen Allwedd and Ogof Ffynnon Ddu. There are various reservoirs and lakes waiting for tourists to enjoy the facilities offered by them like Elan Valley Reservoirs Llangorse Lake, Lake Vyrnwy and Llyn Clywedog. A large number of exhibitions and museums exist in the county like Brecknock Museum, at Brecon, Llanidloes Museum, Newton Textile Museum, Centre for Alternative Technology at Machynlleth, Llandrindod Wells Museum and Powysland Museum at Welshpool. Dolforwyn Castle, Tretower Castle, Aberedw Castle, Castell Du, Montgomery Castle and Powis Castle do tell about the history of Powys county. Many trekking trails do exist here like Offa’s Dyke Path, Severn Way, Glynd’s Way and Wye Valley Walk that goes from Chepstow to Rhayader. The Sarn Sabrina round walk that moves from Llanidloes and leads to the point from where the River Severn starts at Welsh Afon Hafren in Hafren Forest, situated at Plynlimon. There are other interesting spots to visit, when on a tour such as Brecon Beacons, a Roman fort Y Gaer at Brecon, Radnor Forest, The Black Mountains, Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway and a cycling trail called The Welsh National Cycle Route. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: