How much do you know about the history, geography, culture and genealogy of Conwy?
Answer all twenty questions, then click the button at the bottom of the page to find out how well you've done.
Question 1 - Which 19th century castle is situated on the outskirts of Abergele?
Question 2 - Which town was famous for its clockmaking?
Question 3 - On which river does the city of Llansannan stand?
Question 4 - Which parish churchyard is famous for its ancient yew tree?
Question 5 - In which town is the Conwy Archive situated?
Question 6 - Which village was a stagecoach stop on the London to Holyhead road?
Question 7 - Which Tudor townhouse stands in the centre of Conwy town?
Question 8 - Which parish name translates into English as "Stone Court"?
Question 9 - The parish church at Llysfaen is dedicated to which saint?
Question 10 - Which of the Betws yn Rhos censuses is officially 'missing'?
Question 11 - The parish of Pentrefoelas was in which Poor Law Union?
Question 12 - What was the pen name of the Llannefydd dramatist and poet, Thomas Edwards?
Question 13 - The Conwy valley railway opened in 1863, initially linking Llandudno to which town?
Question 14 - Which cantref consisted of the commotes of Creuddyn, Uwch Dulas and Is Dulas?
Question 15 - Which engineer built a tubular railway bridge across the Afon Conwy in 1849?
Question 16 - What was the Latin name for the Roman fort at Caerhun?
Question 17 - Where did Abraham Lincoln's great, great grandfather live at Bryngwyn farm?
Question 18 - Which historic family established the Gwydir Estate in the 16th century?
Question 19 - Which parish was created out of Llangernyw in 1867 but returned in 1974?
Question 20 - Which ancient parish comprised of only one township, Esgrogeunen?
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