Denbigh [dɛnbiː] (Welsh Dinbych) is a small town in Wales. She was until 1888 the capital of the traditional county of Denbighshire. Denbigh was in 1882, 1939, 2001 and 2013 (as a representative Denbighshires) the Eisteddfod, a festival of literature, music and singing instead. Denbigh Castle, a ruined castle from the 13th century, stands on the outskirts near the historic city center. In the immediate vicinity Leicester's Church and St Hilary's Chapel, east of the city is the former Carmelite monastery Denbigh Friary. Denbigh maintains a cooperative relationship with the German community Biebertal (Hessen) since 1991st