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Flintshire is the smallest historic county in Wales.Read
Mold was the site of a Norman motte and bailey castle and the town grew up around this feature on Bailey Hill.Read
Buckley (Bwcle in Welsh) is the second largest town in Flintshire.Read
Flint Castle was the first of Edward I's Welsh castles and construction started in 1277.Read
Holywell gained it name from St Winifride's Well which has attracted pilgrims since the seventh century.Read
The settlements of Connah's Quay, Queensferry and Shotton, together with Deeside Industrial Estate, lie on the River Dee estuary and the whole area is commonly known as Deeside.Read
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