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/Welsh hlanˈɡɒhlɛn/
a town in NE Wales, in Denbighshire on the River Dee: International Musical Eisteddfod held annually since 1946. Pop: 2930 (2001)
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  • Is a neat pleasant village, about six miles east of llangollen.

  • It had belonged to a previous vicar of llangollen, and had been left behind at his departure.

    Wild Wales George Borrow
  • I suppose you get your ale from llangollen,” said I, “which is celebrated for its ale over Wales.

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  • The children of the lower class of llangollen are great pests to visitors.

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  • Take my advice, come and settle at llangollen and be my partner.

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  • Well, sir, we are now near llangollen; I must turn to the left.

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  • I have occasionally seen drunken people at llangollen,” said I, “but I have likewise seen a great many sober.

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  • I subsequently found that the bells of llangollen were celebrated for their sweetness.

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  • In spite of her clumsy build, the Maid of llangollen seemed to glide along in the easiest manner.

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  • Drenched to the skin, but uninjured in body and limb, we at length reached llangollen.

    Wild Wales George Borrow

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