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Afon Dulyn is the outflow from Llyn Dulyn, a lake in the Carneddau mountains in North Wales. It is a tributary of the River Conwy.Just below Afon Dulyn the river is joined by Afon Melynllyn, a small river flowing from neighbouring Llyn Melynllyn.The river does not carry a great deal of water because water is transferred from Llyn Dulyn to the reservoirs of Llyn Eigiau and Llyn Cowlyd.
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