This gallery of pictures features Llandudno, a traditional seaside resort in Conwy, North Wales.
The town's sweeping promenade and Victorian architecture span a gently curving bay between the headlands of the Great Orme and the Little Orme.
The Grade II listed pier was built in 1878 and, at 2,295 feet (700 m), is the longest pier in Wales.
The town is also home to Great Britain's only remaining cable-operated street tramway, one of only three surviving in the world.
Llandudno was given the title of Queen of the Welsh Resorts as early as 1864, and is now the largest seaside resort in Wales.
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