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Parts of Wales[edit]

Topics (Sp&) ~ Famas (Nov 2010)[edit]

1 Sp&
Some places and environs: Beaumaris, Brecon, Pembroke
Pembroke, Pembrokeshire
2 Subsidiary articles
Beaumaris Castle
Brecon Beacons
Pembroke Castle
Pembroke Dock
Preseli Hills
St David's
3 Some persons
Bernard de Neufmarche
Charles Robert Cockerell
George Owen of Henllys
Herbert Henry Thomas
Ladies of Llangollen
Sarah Siddons
4 Subsidiary articles
Brecon Cathedral
St David's Cathedral
5 Subsidiary articles
rivers, waters and waterways
Afon Dulas
Llangollen Canal
Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal
Menai Strait
River Dee, Wales
River Honddu
River Teifi
River Usk
6 Subsidiary articles
Bedd Arthur
Battle of Fishguard
Brecknock Museum
Carn Menyn
Carreg Coetan Arthur
Castell Henllys
Cultural relationship between the Welsh and the English
Holyhead Mountain
Isle of Anglesey
Little England beyond Wales
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
Pentre Ifan
Ramsey Island
Siege of Pembroke
University of Wales, Lampeter
FAMAS Nov 2010
FAMAS volumes are being made available online for an indefinite time, short or long, for as many as will. Price and payment as quoted by PediaPress. Robert Johnstone is a member of Middle Temple, London (and of Lincoln's Inn ad eundem).