Hidden in the crook of a long and winding lane secreted in the folds of Flint Mountain stands Pwll-yr-Wrach, "The Witch's Pool".
Caerwys is the smallest town in Great Britain, according to the Guinness Book of Records
The Gladstone Library at Hawarden was founded by four times Prime Minister William Ewart Gladstone. With 32,000 books it now the National Memorial to his life and work.
The Mold Cape is one of Britain's most famous ancient artefacts and features in a joint BBC and British Museum project called A History of the World.
The wings of Airbus planes, made at Broughton, are too large to be taken as air-freight so they are transported by barge down the River Dee to the Flintshire port of Mostyn.
Buckley used to be famous as a brick-making town, and its products were sent all over Britain and even exported to the United States.
RAF Sealand was originally a civilian airfield and was taken over by the military in 1916 for training. No. 30 Maintenance unit was formed there in 1939. In 1951 the base was taken over by the United States Airforce, and handed back to the RAF in 1957.
As a result of defence cuts announced in 2004, RAF Sealand was closed in April 2006.