geographical name see Radnor

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  • Radnorshire — Welsh: Sir Faesyfed Motto: Ewch yn Uwch (Go Higher) Pre 1974 extent of Radnorshire Geography …   Wikipedia

  • Radnorshire — Radnorshire …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Radnorshire — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Radnorshire, uno de los condados históricos de Gales. Radnorshire o Maldwyn (en galés: Sir Faesyfed) fue uno de los trece condados históricos de Gales, en la isla de Gran Bretaña del Reino Unido …   Wikipedia Español

  • Radnorshire — (spr. ráddnorschir, wallisisch Maesyfed), Grafschaft in Südwales, grenzt an Montgomery , Shrop , Hereford , Brecknock und Cardiganshire und hat einen Flächenraum von 1219 qkm (22,1 QM.) mit (1901) 23,281 Einw. (19 auf 1 qkm). Hauptstadt ist… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Radnorshire —   [ rædnəʃɪə], ehemalige County in Wales, seit 1974 Teil der County Powys …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Radnorshire — [rad′nər shir΄] former county of EC Wales, now part of Powys county: also called Radnor …   English World dictionary

  • Radnorshire — /rad neuhr shear , sheuhr/, n. a historic county in Powys, in E Wales. Also called Radnor. * * * ▪ historical county, Wales, United Kingdom Welsh  Sir Faesyfed        historic county, east central Wales, on the English border. It covers an area… …   Universalium

  • Radnorshire — 52°15′N 3°15′W / 52.25, 3.25 Le Radnorshire (en gallois : Sir Faesyfed) est l un des treize comtés histo …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Radnorshire — noun An inland traditional county of Wales, bounded to the north by Montgomeryshire and Shropshire, to the east by Herefordshire, to the south by Brecknockshire and to the west by Cardiganshire …   Wiktionary

  • RADNORSHIRE —    (22), the least populous of the Welsh counties; lies on the English border between Montgomery (N.) and Brecknock (S.); has a wild and dreary surface, mountainous and woody. RADNOR FOREST covers an elevated heathy tract in the E.; is watered by …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

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