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Sunday, November 29, 2015

Moel Famau

How it was supposed to be.

The Tower was built to commemorate the Jubilee of King George III. The foundation stone was laid by Lord Kenyon in 1810. The Tower however was never finished.

On November 1st 1862 the part construction was blown down in a gale. The people of Flintshire and Denbighshire  had donated £6000 for its construction.

The Tower stands nearly 2000 feet above sea level and can be
seen from over 100's of square miles.
You know you are nearly home when you see the bump in the distance.

I think a project worthy of being finished. This has been talked about in local media

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