Portmeirion :: Shared Description

Portmeirion is a popular tourist village in Gwynedd, North Wales. It was designed and built by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis between 1925 and 1975 in the style of an Italian village. LinkExternal link

The village was used as the set in 1967 tv series "The Prisoner" tv-series LinkExternal link , starring Patrick McGoohan.

Portmeirion is also famous for its pottery company which co-founded by Clough Williams-Ellis, granddaughter of Clough Williams-Ellis LinkExternal link
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SH5837 : Portmeirion Central Piazza by Richard Croft
SH5837 : Portmeirion Piazza by Robin Drayton
SH5836 : The Lighthouse by Richard Croft
SH5837 : Terrace at Portmeirion by Richard Hoare
SH5837 : The loos at Portmeirion by Richard Hoare
SH5836 : Path to the beach by Richard Croft
SH5836 : U tree by Richard Croft
SH5836 : Wild Wood by Richard Croft
SH5836 : Portmeirion inlet by Richard Croft
SH5837 : Above the Piazza at Portmeirion by Richard Hoare
SH5837 : Hercules a bronze statue by Richard Hoare
SH5837 : The gallery at Portmeirion by Richard Hoare
SH5837 : Hotel Portmeirion pool by Richard Croft
SH5837 : Portmeirion by Eirian Evans
SH5837 : A pseudo petrol pump by Richard Hoare
SH5836 : Wishing Tree by Richard Croft
SH5836 : Portmeirion inlet by Richard Croft
SH5837 : Portmeirion Central Piazza by Richard Croft


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Created: Thu, 31 Mar 2011, Updated: Sun, 11 Sep 2016

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