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Cyfres Celc Cymru: Maes y Magnelau - Hanes Gwersyll Milwrol

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Keith O'Brien

Un o berlau annisgwyl a llai hysbys o hanes a threftadaeth Trawsfynydd yw Cwm Dolgain. Nid yn unig iddo fod yn gartref i henebion diddorol megis Llech Idris, maen hir o'r Oes Efydd a Bedd Porius, bedd Esgob o'r 5ed ganrif, ond bu hefyd yn faes tanio i'r Fyddin Brydeinig am bron 60 mlynedd o 1903.

An unexpected and unknown treasure of the history and heritage of Trawsfynydd is Cwm Dolgain. The valley was not only home to ancient monuments such as the Bronze Age long stone Llech Idris and the grave of 5th century Bishop Porius, but it was also used as a firing range for the British Army for 60 years from 1903.