The Llandudno War Memorial commemorates those men of the area who died in two world wars and takes the form of a high obelisk surmounted by an urn. It stands on the promenade in Prince Edward Square at the top of Gloddaeth Street.
Llandudno is a large seaside town in the County Borough of Conwy. Until 1974 the area was in an exclave of Caernarfonshire within historic Denbighshire, and between 1974 and 1996 of the county of Gwynedd. However, following a boundary review in 2003, those parts of the County Borough of Conwy which had been in Gwynedd became part of the ceremonial county of Clwyd.
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