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  1. El Reino Unido de Gran Bretaña e Irlanda del Norte (en inglés: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland) es un Estado de Europa occidental que comprende la totalidad de la isla de Gran Bretaña y 1/6 de la isla de Irlanda (Irlanda del Norte).

  2. › wiki › NefynNefyn - Wikipedia

    Nefyn (Welsh pronunciation: , archaically anglicised as Nevin) is both a small town and a community on the northwest coast of the Llŷn Peninsula, Gwynedd, Wales.

  3. › wiki › ConwyConwy - Wikipedia

    The house named in the Guinness Book of Records as the Smallest House in Great Britain, with dimensions of 3.05 × 1.8 metres, can be found on the quay.It was in continuous occupation from the 16th century (and was even inhabited by a family at one point) until 1900 when the owner (a 6-foot (1.8 m) fisherman – Robert Jones) was forced to move out on the grounds of hygiene.

  4. Bangor (English: / ˈ b æ ŋ ɡ ər /; Welsh: [ˈbaŋɡɔr] ()) is a cathedral city and community in Gwynedd, North Wales.It is the oldest city in Wales. Historically part of Caernarfonshire, it had a population of 18,322 at the 2019 UK Office for National Statistics.

  5. He was also appointed High Sheriff of Caernarvonshire for life. His duties included the administration of justice throughout the principality. Death and succession. When the king died suddenly in 1483, Rivers was ordered by his sister to bring the Prince of Wales, now King Edward V, straight back to London under an armed guard.

  6. › wiki › GwyneddGwynedd - Wikipedia

    Gwynedd (English: / ˈ ɡ w ɪ n ɪ ð /; Welsh: [ˈɡʊɨnɛð]) is a county and preserved county (latter with differing boundaries; includes the Isle of Anglesey) in the north-west of Wales.

  7. Sir Francis Knollys (also the oldest ever sitting MP) was first elected as MP for Oxford in 1575 at the age of around 25 and was MP for Reading at the time of his death in 1648, a period spanning 73 years, although there were eight periods, amounting to 27 entire years (1590–92, 1594–96, 1599–1600, 1602–03, 1605–13, 1615–19, 1627 and 1630–39) in which the Parliament of England ...