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Welsh shawl traditional babywearing Rwyf am fod yng Nghymru

Welsh shawl traditional babywearing Rwyf am fod yng Nghymru

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Over 190,000 photographs digitized photographs from the State Library and Archives of Florida, the Florida Photographic Collection is the most comp…

Swansea Castle

Swansea's devastating Blitz seen through the eyes of children

After the Swansea Blitz 1941

Swansea, Cymru, Welsh, Mixer, Fathers, Police, Castles, Parents, Welsh Language

The Penclawdd Cockles of Wales | Wild Eyed Southern Celt Penclawdd cocklewomen 1962

How Swansea's devastating Blitz was seen through the eyes of children - Wales Online - St.

116 years of knocking down and rebuilding Swansea, weavers

Kingsway, Swansea | Peoples Collection Wales

Castle St 1880's

very detailed map of swansea wales copper works - Ask.com Image Search

Snowdonia, Wales

Photograph of students in 1929 at the Geology Dept.

The old Roman Port of Porthclais, Pembrokeshire. Wales. The port is now used

slate walls in Wales ~ over 300 years old ~

Welsh words with English translation and pronunciation.

Over 190,000 photographs digitized photographs from the State Library and Archives of Florida, the Florida Photographic Collection is the most comp…

neolitihic Cors-y-Gedol burial chamber on the hillside above Llanddwywe ~ Wales

The Who

Snowdonia National Park Best of Snowdonia National Park, Wales Tourism - TripAdvisor

These are Wales' lost towns, villages and neighbourhoods

Welsh Family Name Tartan Hearts by TheWelshHeartCompany on Etsy

Llanddwyn Island, Anglesey, Wales with fishermen's cottages and Snowden as its backdrop

Tawe, Tawe, Abertawe - the 1922 College Yell! (sadly we don't know the tune.

Antibodies in ink dots 'could revolutionise tests for range of health conditions'

best ice cream ever!! Mumbles Swansea | Joe's Ice Cream.

love it

VINTAGE Unused Irish Linen Floral Embroidered by WelshTreasures, £18.00

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Pollo Al Curry, Sudamerica, Cocina

Little sheep made from an old Welsh Blanket, by R. Griffiths in Pembrokeshire,

idea for guest house - bathroom behind bed