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John Oaksey was born on March 21, 1929, in Builth Wells, Radnorshire, Wales, UK.


Geoffrey Lawrence was born on December 2, 1880, in Builth Wells, Radnorshire, Wales, UK.


Shropshire is bordered by Flintshire, Denbighshire, Montgomeryshire, Radnorshire which are in Wales and Cheshire, Staffordshire, Worcestershire and Herefordshire in England.


There is one in England and another in west Wales.There is one in England and another in west Wales.There is one in England and another in west Wales.There is one in England and another in west Wales.There is one in England and another in west Wales.There is one in England and another in west Wales.


A large proportion of the pennsylvanian Quakers came from Wales in the 1680s. They emigrated to America to escape persecution for their religious beliefs in their homeland. They were verbally promised 40,000 acres of land in Pennsylvania by William Penn, who was given land in the area by royal grant as payment of a debt. Their intention was to establish a Welsh Quaker Utopia, where the Welsh langauage would be the native tongue and they would be governed by Welsh laws and customs. This region became known as, ' The Merrion Tract' 'or Welsh Barony' and the townships were named after places in Wales; Merion after Merionethshire, Haverford after Haverfordwest and Radnor after Radnorshire. However, as with all utopian ventures, greater political forces prevailed and the dream failed.


There are no states in Wales. Wales is traditionally subdivided into thirteen Counties. There are towns and cities, but no "states". The thirteen historic counties of Wales were; Anglesey Brecknockshire Caernarfonshire Cardiganshire Carmarthenshire Denbighshire Flintshire Glamorgan Merioneth Monmouthshire Montgomeryshire Pembrokeshire Radnorshire In early medieval times Wales was divided into a number of small independent kingdoms and principalities varying in size from that of a modern county to that of a modern parish. They included; Gwynedd Powys Deheubarth Dyfed Seisyllwg Morgannwg Gwent Ergyng Rhôs Meirionydd Brycheiniog Gwrtheyrnion Builth


If there was another letter "e" in Wales it would be an anagram of Weasel.


we say gwanwyn in Wales.


the English Siires, such as Oxfordshire, Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire, Yorkshire, Lancashire - there are 23 in England. In Scotland also 23, Ayreshire, Banfshire, Lanarkshire, Morayshire, Selkirkshire and so on. There are 10 Shires in Wales, Pembrokshire, Radnorshire, Flintshire and so on. There are Shires to be found in Australia and the USA


In Welsh, the country's native language, Wales is known as Cymru (pronounced cum-ru)


If you mean the country of Wales, in Welsh it's Cymru (pronounced ''Cumree'' - remember to roll your Rrrrrrrr!


The countryside of Wales is beautiful, that is one special thing about it. Another is that much of it is protected. It is home to many endangered species.


Cardiff is the capitol of Wales and is a large city. It is 3 hours drive west from London. Swansea is another city in South Wales and that is 1 hour drive west from Cardiff.


There are Zero miles distance as England and Wales share a border; there is no large body of water or another country between them.


No, Britain also includes Scotland and Wales


It is just over 3 million as of the latest data, collated in 2011- about another half million live in the rest of Wales.


Wales is the only country that starts with the letter W. Wales is a country that is part of another country. It is part of the United Kingdom.


The United Kingdom (UK) is comprised of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland so Wales is part of the UK. You will have to be more precise with your question. Ideally you should ask about the distance from one town or city to another.


Yes it is, we use this as an alternative word in wales.


There are several trains from London to Wales. Hourly trains from London to Wales leave from London's Paddington Station. These trains go through Newport, Cardiff and reach Swansea. Another train goes from London's Euston Station to Bangor.


There isn't one. The UK includes, England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and islands. The mainland, which is England, Scotland and Wales is referred to as Britain. For the record, Scotland and Wales are not in England. They are all different areas that happen to be joined up.


There wasn't one, because there was no Prince of Wales in 1822. King George IV and his (uncrowned) Queen Caroline of Brunswick did not have children. There would not be another Prince of Wales until the inauguration of the future King Edward VII, who was born in 1841.


New South Wales has a mainland coastline length of 2007 km. Its islands make up another 130 km altogether.


Orcas are the same thing as killer wales. killer wale is just another name for an orca. Orca is the killer wales scientific name.


llandrindod wells is a small town im mid wales - about 50 miles north of the capital, Cardiff.Llandrindod Wells (Welsh: Llandrindod), colloquially known locally as "Llandod", is a town and community in Powys, within the historic boundaries of Radnorshire, mid Wales, United Kingdom. It was developed as a spa town in the 19th century, with a boom in the late 20th century as a centre of local government. Before the 1860s the site of the town was common land in Cefnllys parish. Llandrindod Wells is the fifth largest town in Powys. (source: Wikipedia)



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