Offa's Dyke...

by David Swatton October. 25, 2017 796 views

Built by the 8th century king of Mercia, Offa, the 80 mile long earthwork runs roughly north/south along the boundary between England and Wales. The small town of Knighton about 15 minutes drive from home straddles the Welsh border and is a convenient starting point for walking up to the Offa's Dyke Path that follows the line of the old earthwork. This section looks out over the valley of the River Teme.

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Great photos of a beautiful landscape. Now, I have to convince my husband, where will spend our next holidays.

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Jay Boggess 2 years ago

Beautiful landscapes! I have Welsh ancestry, on both sides of my family & have always had a desire to go there, for a look around!

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