About Din Lligwy
Din Lligwy is a prehistoric site in Anglesey in Wales. Thought to have been in existence in the Iron Age and to have been inhabited for a long period of time, excavated pieces from Din Lligwy have been dated to the fourth century AD.
Din Lligwy is comprised of a small settlement of circular and rectangular stone structures enclosed by a stone defensive wall. Some of these would have been workshops and other dwellings. Within half a mile of Din Lligwy, visitors can also see a prehistoric burial chamber.
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