A historical portrait of Wales in the COUNTRY series. Illustrated with 130 photographs, the author captures Wales as it is today with portraits of its cities, villages, churches, chapels, castles and forts whilst recounting its turbulent history.
Richard Keen capures Wales as it is today with intimate portraits of its cities and villages, its churches and chapels and its castles and forts, all set against a magnificent backdrop of lakes, mountains and valleys.
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& PHOTOGRAPHERRichard Keen is a specialist in the industrial history andarchaeology of Wales and a National Trust Advisor. He has made over 40 television programmes on Welsh history and landscape. He has written for the WelshTourist Board and AA publications and his previous publications include Coal-Face: A Social History of Coal Mining in South Wales. Richard Keen currentlylives in Glamorgan. Ian Burgum is a director of Burgum and Boorman Ltd, a photography firm based in Cardiff. He has contributed to a number of books including: Exploring Britain s Canals, Lost Railways, Country Railways, and a trav
Table of Contents
Chapels and churches; lakes; villages; industrial heritage; castles and battlegrounds; mountains and valleys; Celtic rituals; 18th century heritage.
Wales by Richard Keen
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