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History in West Wales
64 sites in this category


Narrow SubjectAntique Furniture [5], Antiques & Restoration [5], Archaeology [3], Castles [2], Classic Cars & Motorcycles [1], Folk Music & Folk Dance [1], Genealogy & Family History [13], Historical Clubs & Societies [2], Historical Sites [3], Local History [19], Narrow Gauge Railways [2], Postcards [1], Steam Trains [4], Welsh History [12]

Narrow AreaCarmarthenshire [12], Ceredigion [13], Pembrokeshire [9], Wales General [29], Overseas [2]

Widen SubjectArt & Culture / History

Widen AreaWales / West Wales

Newcastle Emlyn & Adpar
http://www.newcastle-emlyn.com
Newcastle Emlynís ruined castle harks back to tumultuous times when Norman lords and fiery Welsh chieftains vied for supremacy.


Cyndi\'s List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet
http://www.cyndislist.com
Cyndi\'s List has been a trusted genealogy research site for more than 15 years. Cyndi\'s List is free for everyone to use and it is meant to be your starting point when researching online.


Thr Furniture Cave
http://www.furniture-cave.co.uk
Housed in a former tea-room warehouse in the centre of Aberystwyth in beautiful mid Wales, The Furniture Cave has two floors full of antiques, stripped pine, ceramics, reproduction furniture, garden statuary and pictures.


Aberaeron
http://www.aberaeron.info
Information and Events Website for Aberaeron.


The History of Burry Port & Pembrey
http://www.burry-port.co.uk
The History of Burry Port & Pembrey.


The Town of Ammanford
http://www.ammanfordtown.org.uk
A photographic and text history of the town of Ammanford in Carmarthenshire, West Wales.


The Parish of Llangynfelyn
http://www.llangynfelyn.org
This site records the history of a single parish, Llangynfelyn, in mid-Wales, through transcripts of original historical documents. It gives free and easy access to information about this particular area, but also serves as an example of the wide range of sources that are generally available for other areas.


Laugharne
http://www.laugharne.co.uk
Laugharne is a unique place, both in Wales and the U.K. Visitors will get a warm welcome, the sort of welcome that has encouraged so many to not only come here, but stay. If you want arcades or discos this is probably not the place for you. However if you want to come and \"relax\" in a friendly environment, this is the place. Laugharne has many pubs, good restaurants, good accommodation and is close to all many attractions-beaches, hills, good walks etc.


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