Dolgellau
geographical name town W Wales; formerly capital of Merionethshire

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  • Dolgellau — Stadtansicht Koordinaten …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Dolgellau — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Abadía Cymer. Dolgellau es una localidad de Gwynedd, al noroeste de Gales, a orillas del río Wnion, un afluente del Mawddach. Era la county town del condado histórico de Merionethshire …   Wikipedia Español

  • Dolgellau — Coordinates: 52°44′N 3°53′W / 52.74°N 3.88°W / 52.74; 3.88 …   Wikipedia

  • Dolgellau — Original name in latin Dolgellau Name in other language Dolgelaj, Dolgellau, Dolgelley, Dolgelly, Долгелай State code GB Continent/City Europe/London longitude 52.7432 latitude 3.88508 altitude 12 Population 2434 Date 2011 03 03 …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Dolgellau railway station — Dolgellau Location Place Dolgellau Area Gwynedd Operations Original company Bala and Dolgelly Railway Pre grouping …   Wikipedia

  • Dolgellau Athletic A.F.C. — Dolgellau Athletic Full name Dolgellau Athletic Amateur Football Club Nickname(s) The Wasps Founded 1971 Ground Cae Marian Dolgellau …   Wikipedia

  • Dolgellau Deanery — The Dolgellau Deanery is a Roman Catholic deanery in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Wrexham that covers eleven churches in Gwynedd. The dean of Dolgellau is Rev. Canon Bernard Lordan V.F. Churches Our Lady of Fatima, Bala St David in Seion,… …   Wikipedia

  • Sesiwn Fawr Dolgellau — is a world music event held in the town of Dolgellau in Wales. [ [http://www.sesiwnfawr.co.uk/welcome.cfm Sesiwn Fawr Website] ] The event was previously held in the town s streets, but is now held in Marian Field. [… …   Wikipedia

  • A470 road — UK road routebox caption= Gabalfa flyover at the interchange with the A48 in Cardiff road= A470 length mi= length km= direction= South North start= Cardiff Bay destinations= Cardiff Merthyr Tydfil Brecon Builth Wells Dolgellau end= Llandudno… …   Wikipedia

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