Ceredigion

Ceredigion (ən; Cy-Ceredigion.ogg) is a county in Mid Wales. The county was created as Cardiganshire (Sir Aberteifi) in 1282 in the area of the former Kingdom of Ceredigion. The historic county was abolished in 1974 and reconstituted in 1996 as Ceredigion, with largely identical boundaries. The county had a population of 75,900 at the 2011 UK cen...
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Ceredigion

[Assembly constituency] Ceredigion is a constituency of the National Assembly for Wales. It elects one Assembly Member by the first past the post method of election. It is also one of eight constituencies in the Mid and West Wales electoral region, which elects four additional members, in addition to eight constituency members, to produce a...
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Ceredigion

[journal] Ceredigion is an annual local history journal about the history of the county of Ceredigion, Wales, published by Ceredigion Historical Society. The society was founded, as Cardiganshire Antiquarian Association, 1911 to promote the understanding of the history and archaeology of the county. In 2002 it became Ceredigion Historical S...
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Ceredigion

county in Wales, extending from the western coast on Cardigan Bay to inland hills and valleys and the upland of Plynlimon, with an elevation of 2,468 ...
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Ceredigion

Unitary authority in southwest Wales, created in 1996 from part of the former county of Dyfed, of which it was a district. Area 1,793 sq km/ 692 sq mi Towns Aberaeron (administrative headquarters), Aberystwyth, Cardigan, Lampeter, Llandyssul, Tregaron Physical part of the Cambrian Mountains, incl...
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