Little Machynlleth (ma-hun-khleth) punches well above its weight. The town is saturated in historical significance, as it was here that nationalist hero Owain Glyndŵr established the country's first parliament in 1404. But even that legacy is close to being trumped by Machynlleth's reinvention as the green capital of Wales – thanks primarily to the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT), 3 miles north of town...
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