|The Breiddens are on the very edge of Shropshire. They stand proud of the surrounding landscape which to the North is very flat and forms water meadows.||The hills are made of hard igneous rock. This rock has been quarried extensively for roadstone.|
At the base of the Breiddens is the confluence of two main rivers, the Vyrnwy and the Severn.
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