Aberystwyth

Aberystwyth (Mouth of the Ystwyth, θ, lang) is a historic market town, administrative centre and holiday resort within Ceredigion, West Wales. Often colloquially known as Aber, it is located near the confluence of the rivers Ystwyth and Rheidol. Since the late 19th century, Aberystwyth has also been a major Welsh educational centre, with the esta...
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Aberystwyth

[hymn tune] Aberystwyth is a hymn tune composed by Joseph Parry, written in 1876 and first published in 1879 in Edward Stephen`s Ail Lyfr To­nau ac Emy­nau (Welsh for `The Second Book of Tunes and Hymns`). Parry was at the time the first professor and head of the new department of music at the recently founded University College Wales, Ab...
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Aberystwyth

Aberystwyth (ăb"urist'with) , town (1991 pop. 10,250), Ceredigion, W Wales, on Cardigan Bay. It is a summer resort and cultural center. Before the construction of railroads, Aberystwyth was a coastal trading center. The town is the seat of a constituent institution of the Univ. of Wale...
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Aberystwyth

coastal town, Ceredigion county (historic county of Cardiganshire), Wales, where the River Rheidol flows into Cardigan Bay. Traces of extensive Iron ... [2 related articles]
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Aberystwyth

Commercial, tourist, and educational centre in Ceredigion, mid-Wales, situated at the mouths of the rivers Ystwyth and Rheidol in Cardigan Bay; population (2001) 15,900. It is the site of the University College of Wales (1872), which dominates the town, and during term time the population swells to around 20,000 (2000 est). Aberystwyth is t...
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