Coastline of Overton-on-Dee, a small town in north-east Wales which winds around the River Dee. The River Dee is worth remembering as its estuary, together with that of the River Severn, roughly makes up the Wales-England border. The River Severn is important as well; since it is the longest river in Great Britain (not the Thames

 (photo by J Samuel sorry I can’t remember from WHERE)

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    And next to the River Severn is the River Snape.
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