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Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
Known as the Lourdes of Wales, pilgrims have flocked to Holywell since 660 to visit the ancient Roman well named after St. Winefride who, as tradition holds, was beheaded there. A chapel surrounds the well and still attracts visitors to the market town today.

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