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The Clwydian Range, formerly Flintshire Range, is a series of hills, highest peak Moel Famau reaching 1818ft / 554m,
east of the Vale of Clwyd, spanning the   Denbighshire and   Flintshire boundary in North Wales,
designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty in 1985.
Since November 2011, the AONB has been extended southwards
into Wrexham Borough, to include   Chirk and the Dee valley westwards to  Llangollen,
encompassing the World Heritage Site,  Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal.
The south extension included the town of Corwen, historical landmarks such as Valle Crucis Abbey,
and natural features of Eglwyseg Escarpment, Horseshoe Pass and Esclusham Mountain.

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