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Location - BEDDGELERT - North Wales
Date: - c.1905
Size in mm (approx): - 140 x 88
Publisher: Raphael Tuck & Sons- "OILETTE" from the Picturesque North Wales, Series II
Publisher's Card No: - 1723
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Condition: corners with some wear
Further Information: Beddgelert means "Grave of Gelert". Gelert was the Dog of Llewelyn. Legend has it that when finding his child dead, Llewelyn assumed it was the dog, so he killed the dog. On finding out his mistake, he buried the dog with full honour, and the town takes the name of the grave.

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