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This category is for geographical websites devoted to the River Wye, ranking fifth-longest river in the UK.
The source in North Wales, with the first tributary, Afon Tarennig, at its first bridge, the A44, Pont Rhydgaled.
The first major settlement is ar  Llangurig, where the Wye flows south with the A470 on its east bank.
Then at Rhadader (Rhaeadr Gwy), Llanwrthwl, Newbury-on-Wye, to  Builth Wells (Llanfair-ym-Muallt),
where the A470 crosses and continues south on the west bank.
A bridge leaves the A470, north of Erwood to join the B4594 to Painscastle, or north back to Aberedw,
where the tributary, the River Edw joins the Wye from the east.
A bridge also leaves the A470 between Boughrood and Llyswen, where the Wye the flows northwest,
bridged by the A468 at Glasbury, onwards to  Hay-on-Wye, before leaving Powys for Herfordshire.
The River Wye continues east flowing through  Hereford, meandering south to  Ross-on-Wye, where its
is crossed by the A40, which follows the west bank, as the Wye meanders south west, north west of the 
Forest of Dean, to  Goodrich, and  Monmouth flowing south, forming the border with England, to its mouth
at  Chepstow, into the mouth of the Severn, where it is spanned by the Severn Suspension Bridge at  Sedbury.
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