Blue plaque № 5122 in Monmouth

Monnow Bridge built circa 1270, as a town defence, is the only surviving medieval bridge in Britain with the gate tower standing on the bridge. The gatehouse has served as a toll-house, guard room, gaol and dwelling house.
Pont Mynwy Codwyd Pont Mynwy tu 1270 i warchod y dref. Hi yw'r unig bont o'r canoloesoedd, a phothdy arni, sydd ar ol ym Mhrydain. Bu'r porthody yn ei dro yn dollborth, gwarchodfa, carchar a chartref.
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  • Location: Monnow Street
  • Civil Community: Monmouth Community
  • Unitary Authority: Monmouthshire Council
  • Unitary Authority Electoral Division (UTE): Drybridge
  • Welsh Assembly Constituency: Monmouth
  • Welsh Assembly Region: South Wales East
  • UK Parliament Constituency: Monmouth
  • Region: Wales
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