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Tirlun Cymru captures the varied moods and seasons of the Welsh landscape and provides a pictorial celebration of the countryside for all to enjoy. Tirlum Cymru portrays the people who work on the land and those who enjoy its immense pleasures during their leisure time. Softback with over 110 superb colour pictures, in a Welsh language edition. From climbing the spectacular mountains of Snowdonia to surfing on the dramatic coastline of Pembrokeshire, Tirlun Cymru covers the most scenic locations across the Welsh countryside.
Page 8 - Mon Page 16 - Gogledd Eryri Page 30 - Pen Llyn Page 42 - Dyffryn Conwy Page 52 - Dyffryn Clywd Page 60 - Llangollen ac afon Dyfrdwy Page 68 - Llynnoedd a rhaeadrau Page 76 - De Eryri Page 86 - Yr uwchdiroedd Page 92 - Bae Ceredigion Page 102 - Bannau Brycheiniog Page 114 - Y Gororau Page 124 - Y Mynyddoedd Duon Page 132 - Y Cymoedd Page 140 - Dyffryn Teifi a Sir Benfro Page 148 - Arfordir Sir Benfro Page 158 - Sir Gaerfyrddin Page 168 - Penrhyn Gwyr Page 178 - Bro Morgannwg Page 186 - Yr Hafren, y Gwy a'r Wysg Page 194 - Daeareg Cymru Page 196 - Mynegai Page 197 - Map Page 198 - Ffeithiau a Ffigurau Page 198 - Ffotograffwyr
David Williams is a writer and photographer specialising in the heritage, culture and landscape of Wales. He is the author of several books and many articles about Wales, a fluent Welsh speaker and a frequent contributor to television and radio programmes. He previously wrote, and supplied images for, the Graffeg books Landscape Wales, About Cardiff, About Wales and Village Wales. He is a contributor to Photolibrary Wales and Getty Images, through which his pictures help to promote Wales worldwide
"A lavishly produced bilingual coffee-table volume presenting the landscape of Wales with suggestions for activities, maps, useful tourist contact details and 130 full-colour photographs of some of Wales' most scenic regions".
-Welsh Books Council, 'Wales Book of the Month'