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Tlws Y Fryngaer (The Hill Fort Jewel)
Tlws Y Fryngaer (The Hill Fort Jewel)
Tlws Y Fryngaer (The Hill Fort Jewel)
Tlws Y Fryngaer (The Hill Fort Jewel)
Tlws Y Fryngaer (The Hill Fort Jewel)
Tlws Y Fryngaer (The Hill Fort Jewel)
Tlws Y Fryngaer (The Hill Fort Jewel)
Tlws Y Fryngaer (The Hill Fort Jewel)
Tlws Y Fryngaer (The Hill Fort Jewel)
Tlws Y Fryngaer (The Hill Fort Jewel)
Tlws Y Fryngaer (The Hill Fort Jewel)
Tlws Y Fryngaer (The Hill Fort Jewel)
Tlws Y Fryngaer (The Hill Fort Jewel)
Tlws Y Fryngaer (The Hill Fort Jewel)
Tlws Y Fryngaer (The Hill Fort Jewel)
Tlws Y Fryngaer (The Hill Fort Jewel)
Tlws Y Fryngaer (The Hill Fort Jewel)
Tlws Y Fryngaer (The Hill Fort Jewel)
Tlws Y Fryngaer (The Hill Fort Jewel)
Tlws Y Fryngaer (The Hill Fort Jewel)
Tlws Y Fryngaer (The Hill Fort Jewel)
Tlws Y Fryngaer (The Hill Fort Jewel)

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The three-armed shape of the panel was initially inspired by an aerial image of the Sirhowy and Ebbw valleys that converge at Crosskeys. Inspiration for the design came from the ancient Silurian hill fort of Twmbarlwm. The design also makes reference to local social and industrial heritage, including the Roman occupation.
Title

Tlws Y Fryngaer (The Hill Fort Jewel)

Date

2008

Medium

bronze, stainless steel & paint

Measurements

H (?) x W 720 cm

Accession number

NP11_MRF_S003

Acquisition method

commissioned by the Caerphilly Borough Urban Renewal Team

Work type

Mosaic

Owner

Caerphilly Borough Council

Work status

extant

Unveiling date

23rd July 2008

Access

at all times

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Located at

Gladstone Street, Crosskeys

NP11 7BT

Located on the junction of Gladstone Street and Riasca Road; location is also a bus shelter.