Gwynedd was once an independent
kingdom, until the English conquered it in the 13th Century. Its precise
composition has varied via different Parliamentary Acts, a major change
being that it 'lost' Anglesey which became a separate unitary authority.
Gwynedd has a high proportion of
A large part of the county
comprises part of Snowdonia and not surprisingly, especially with its north
coast resorts, tourism is a major industry. Agriculture still features
strongly but its slate industry has declined.
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