or Brecknock geographical name 1. (or Breconshire) (or Brecknockshire) former county SE Wales capital Brecon 2. town SE Wales in Powys population 7422

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  • Brecon — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Centro de la ciudad. Brecon (en galés Aberhonddu) es una ciudad histórica en la zona meridional de Powys, en Wales, con una población total de cerca de 14.000. Fue la ciudad capital de el condado histórico de B …   Wikipedia Español

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  • Brecon — infobox UK place country = Wales welsh name= Aberhonddu constituency welsh assembly= map type= official name= Brecon latitude= 51.94677 longitude= 3.39086 unitary wales= Powys lieutenancy wales= Powys constituency westminster= Brecon Radnorshire… …   Wikipedia

  • Brecon — ▪ Wales, United Kingdom also called  Brecknock , Welsh  Aberhonddu        cathedral town, Powys county, historic county of Brecknockshire, Wales, on the River Usk at its confluence with the Honddu and Tarell. The town grew up around a Norman… …   Universalium

  • Brecon — Original name in latin Brecon Name in other language Aberhonddu, Brecknock, Brecon, Brekon, Brekun, Brycheiniog, HMS Brecon, beulekon, Брекон, Брекън State code GB Continent/City Europe/London longitude 51.94612 latitude 3.38887 altitude 136… …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Brecon — This is a locational surname. It can be English, Scottish or Welsh. It may originate from the village of Brecon in the former county of Breconshire or Brecknockshire, East Wales, or from the village of Bracken in Yorkshire, or the town of Brechin …   Surnames reference

  • Brecon — noun A town in Powys, Wales …   Wiktionary

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