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Wrexham intro. The Welsh town of Wrexham is the largest town in the North Wales region. It is situated near the Welsh/English border, in between the Cheshire plains and the Dee Valley. The town has a wide range of historical attractions, including the fascinating Pontcysyllt Aqueduct, which is the highest in Britain and listed as a World Heritage site. Wrexham's most prominent landmark is the Gothic-styled Church of St Giles. The tomb of Elihu Yale, the benefactor of Yale University, lies in the graveyard, while the interior boasts incredible Victorian stained-glass windows. Wrexham County Borough Museum may be worth a visit for those interested in culture as it provides insight into the town's past and includes artefacts from the thriving period during the 19th century. Outdoor enthusiasts can find a wide range of activities offered in the surrounding countryside, with fishing on the River Dee and hiking on the Clywedog Valley Trail being among the most popular. Wrexham hotels are located throughout the town centre as well is in the scenic surrounding areas.