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Trellech

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Mystery of the Trellech

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Lost City of Trellech - Standing Stones and Ancient History in Rural Wales

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Alien Big Cat attack in 2000, Trellech South Wales

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Trelleck Trellech Archaeological Medieval Town Karl-James Langford Video Log

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BUILDING PLOT: Trellech Road, Monmouth, NP25 4TE

Trellech is a village and parish in Monmouthshire, south-east Wales. It is located 5 miles (8 km) south of Monmouth and 4 miles (6.4 km) north-north-west of Tintern on a plateau above the Wye and Usk Valleys in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are three Bronze Age standing stones in the village, known as Harold's Stones. The church of St Nicholas is a Grade I listed building. Although a relatively small village in modern times, it was one of the largest towns in Wales in the 13th century, and is now the location of archaeological investigations to determine its extent and role at that time. The village is designated as a Conservation Area, and gives its name to the community of Trellech United, in which it is located.
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    • Etymology 

    • History 

    • Archaeological investigations 

    • Church of St Nicholas 

    • Sundial 

    • Harold's Stones 

    • Tump Terret and Court Farm 

    • The Virtuous Well 

    • The Village Hall / The Babington Centre 

    • The Lion Inn 

    • Notable people