Bron-Yr-Aur (Q3267461)

  • matcher place: Gwynedd (relation 77961), Snowdonia National Park (relation 287245), Gwynedd (relation 297286), VC48 Merionethshire (relation 298875), Pennal (relation 11261453)
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Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Bron-Yr-Aur (Welsh for "breast of the gold", or by extension, "hill of the gold" or "golden hill"; Welsh pronunciation: [brɔn.ər.aɪr]) is a privately owned 18th-century cottage, on the outskirts of Machynlleth, in Powys, northwestern Wales, best known for its association with the English rock band Led Zeppelin. In 1970, both Jimmy Page and Robert Plant went there, and wrote many of the tracks that appeared on the band's third and fourth studio albums, including "Immigrant Song". Later, Jimmy Page disputes that notion, but it is certainly true that the Welsh countryside inspired the music in Led Zeppelin III.

Summary from Cymraeg / Welsh Wikipedia (cywiki)

Bwthyn sy'n dyddio o'r 18g ac sydd wedi ei leoli yn ne Parc Cenedlaethol Eryri ger Machynlleth yw Bron yr Aur. Daeth y bwythyn yn fyd-enwog wedi i aelodau o'r band roc Saesnig Led Zeppelin dreulio amser yno yn ystod y 1970au.

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way: Bron-yr-Aur (OSM), 7 metres from Wikidata [show tags]
name: Bron-yr-Aur
building: cottage
wikidata: Q3267461
wikipedia: en:Bron-Yr-Aur

wikidata match: Q3267461

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Grade II listed building (Q15700834) listed_status=Grade_II
house (Q3947) building=house, amenity=shelter
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