Wooden footbridge at Aberglasney House and Gardens

Built in the 16th Century but restored and updated several times since, the interior of Aberglasney is - as of writing - unrestored and other than a couple of downstairs rooms is not open to the public. It does however have extensive gardens and part of the interior of the house has been converted to a green house in which there are various sub-tropical plants.

Built in the 16th Century but restored and updated several times since, the interior of Aberglasney is - as of writing - unrestored and other than a couple of downstairs rooms is not open to the public. It does however have extensive gardens and part of the interior of the house has been converted to a green house in which there are various sub-tropical plants.
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Built in the 16th Century but restored and updated several times since, the interior of Aberglasney is - as of writing - unrestored and other than a couple of downstairs rooms is not open to the public. It does however have extensive gardens and part of the interior of the house has been converted to a green house in which there are various sub-tropical plants. Built in the 16th Century but restored and updated several times since, the interior of Aberglasney is - as of writing - unrestored and other than a couple of downstairs rooms is not open to the public. It does however have extensive gardens and part of the interior of the house has been converted to a green house in which there are various sub-tropical plants.<br/><br/>This image shows the section of the house before it was converted to a greenhouse. Built in the 16th Century but restored and updated several times since, the interior of Aberglasney is - as of writing - unrestored and other than a couple of downstairs rooms is not open to the public. It does however have extensive gardens and part of the interior of the house has been converted to a green house in which there are various sub-tropical plants.
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Index PageCarmarthenshire..Aberglasney
Date2004-04-10 15:53:37
DescriptionBuilt in the 16th Century but restored and updated several times since, the interior of Aberglasney is - as of writing - unrestored and other than a couple of downstairs rooms is not open to the public. It does however have extensive gardens and part of the interior of the house has been converted to a green house in which there are various sub-tropical plants.
CountyCarmarthenshire
CountryCymru/Wales
Copyright2004 Kenvyn Davies
Tags 2004 Aberglasney Bridge Carmarthenshire Cymru Flora Nikon D2H Outdoors South Wales Wales Wales/Cymru
CameraNikon D2H
Lens24.0-120.0 mm f/3.5-5.6 
Focal Length120mm
Focal Length (35mm)180mm
Shutter Speed1/40
Aperturef/5.6
ISO Speed200

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