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A SPECTACULAR Welsh waterfall has been named by tourism chiefs as one of the seven wonders of Britain.
At 240ft high, Pistyll Rhaeadr in the Berwyn Mountains, close to Lake Vyrnwy in Mid Wales, is the UK’s tallest single drop waterfall.
The waterfall has been included among the seven natural wonders released to celebrate British Tourism Week 2011.
Ginna Clark from www.uktourism.co.uk said: “Britain is blessed with a variety of natural wonders and awe-inspiring landscapes, some of which are almost unheard of.
“We’re hoping this list will inspire people to not only holiday in Britain, but explore some great attractions off the beaten track.”
The other six wonders are: Horsey Beach, Norfolk; Cape Cornwall, Cornwall; Rannerdale Knotts fell in Cumbria; Benmore Botanic Garden, Argyll and Bute; The Roaches rocks, Staffordshire and the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire.