Rhuddlan is a town in the administrative county of Denbighshire and traditional county of Flintshire, north Wales, overlooking the River Clwyd. The town gave its name to the Welsh district of Rhuddlan from 1974 to 1996. The town is known for the ruins of Rhuddlan Castle, built by Edward I of England from 1277 to 1282 and the site of another castle at Twthill, built by the Norman Robert of Rhuddlan about 1072.
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