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Let's start with an easy one...
Yep, you've got it. Aberaeron!
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Try another. Say what you see...
Treforest! Easy, mun. (They get harder...)
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If yer not from Cardiff this may be tough...
Rhydypenau! (It's quite a hub, you know?)
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'Ave a crack at this one...
Beautiful ugly Swansea, of course.
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Oh. Where's this to? #sandcastles
Tenby! Wales' answer to Sorrento...or something. Well done if you got it. Onto the next one.
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Say what you see, as Roy famously used to say.
Wrexham (We went to its Eaglas Meadow shopping centre, and very nice it is too.)
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He's been to Wales, you know.
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Bala! Well done. Did you know that Mr T visited Wrexham once, at Christmas time as the picture confirms.
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Try this one...
You got it. Usk! Named after the river, Usk is the birthplace (1352) of Adam of Usk, a priest and canoeist who chronicled Owain Glyndŵr's 1403 revolt
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She may have a house by yer, actually...
Lisvane (obvs)
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A strong Saturday night look, this. Name the place.
Yes, of course – it's Cardigan. Home of the Pizzatipi.co.uk Little know fact: garment most favoured by Cardigan residents? The pullover.
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There's a prize draw at the end to enter, you know?
Anglesey! (What d'you mean this is too easy?) Want an Anglesey fact? Sadly Llanfair PG's enlongated name was made up to attract tourists.
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Like this one. Lived yer once.
Brynmill! (Swansea. Great place. Steep hills.) (The watermill in the top pic is a rental, Godremamog Mill in Carmarthenshire – valleyholidays.co.uk)
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It seems like yer on a roll. Keep going!
Fairwater, of course, home to a ski resort, you know? Some call it Val 'Differe.
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Ooh, a tough one, this.
Crosskeys! Yer orrigh' at this, you are. (A Crosskeys fact is that the Manics attended its college.)
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SuperTed fans will get this easily enough, like.
Pentyrch, innit? SuperTed, or its creator Mike Young, came from by yer.
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Child's play, this one. (That was a TV show too, wasn't it?)
DID YOU GET KIDWELLY? DA IAWN. IMAGE OF KIDWELLY CASTLE: CADW.GOV.WALES (FREE ENTRY ON ST DAVID’S DAY. WHOOP!)
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Say what you see...
Barmouth! (Pictured is the bar of the about-to-open new Cardiff indie pub, The Grange. #excitingtimes)
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This is out the back of 'Diff HQ, this is...
Yes, Welshpool. Here's a fact: Welshpool has the largest sheep market in Europe.
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Odd looking fella...
You got it. Holyhead. Did you know...? Dawn French was born yer? (Quite funny: Welsh place of birth, English parents, French name.)
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Is it just me or are they getting harder...?
Hirwaun! Did you get it? Good work. The next one's tougher, mind...
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There's nasty... (and tough)
Killay. Did you get it? The Swansea suburb on the edge of Gower.
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Easy ...if you like yer 90s indie.
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Mountain Ash of course! The 1946 Eisteddfod was held here (on a slope) and England's future Queen made a bard!
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Let's play Cwtch Phrase...!
St Mellons! Old St Mellons once held an annual fair on St Mellons Day (22 Oct) till 1859, when there was a massive ruck with the Castleton crew.
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Another capital conundrum...
Yep, the north Cardiff suburb of Thornhill.
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A few more. Let's play Cwtch Phrase!
Fishguard. Pitchfork wielding Jemima Fawr, 47, helped fend off French soldiers in the last invasion of Britain, the 1797 Battle of Fishguard.
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Hay-on-Wye. (If you visit, make sure to go to Addyman Books. Lovely folks, and they stock our Taffywood Cards and mugs!)
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Keep going!
Rumney. Apt that ol' Captain Morgan is shown. A famous privateer, Henry Morgan was born in Llanrhymny (or Pencarn).
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Duw, it's hard...
This is tough! Did you get it? GORSEINON!
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Is anyone still playing...?
Kenfig. Whoop. Two more. You can do this...
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Last but one...
Abergavenny. (Beautiful, historic market town and home to a Waterstones which stocks our Taffywood Cards!)
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Get this one right and you win entry into our competition!
Lampeter! Nice one. Thanks for playing. Enter our prize draw if you like. Details below. Stay lush!
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