Organisers of The Royal Welsh Show say it's celebrated 50 years at Llanelwedd with a record number of visitors.
241,781 people went to the four day event with 1000 from 40 different countries.
The Prince of Wales sent a message of thanks to the Royal Welsh Society for the warm welcome they received.
The show is said to generate around £40m a year.
More than 960 visitors from 40 countries signed in at the International Pavilion at the Royal Welsh Show this week.
The largest number of visitors from a single country - 157 - came from Holland, where there is strong interest in the Welsh Mountain Pony and Cob breeds.
This was followed by Ireland with 139 visitors and Germany with 103.
Seventy-six people came from New Zealand and 75 from Australia, along with a delegation from China which was there to learn more about agricultural research and development.
But as not every visitor signed in at the International Pavillion, organisers say the true figure could be even higher.
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A new record number of visitors went through the gates for the Royal Welsh Show this year.
The official attendance for the four days has been confirmed as 241,781 - that is 682 more than last year's total of 241,099.
On Wednesday, when new grandfather the Prince of Wales visited, crowds of over 71,500 made it the busiest single day ever.
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