Swansea

What is Swansea known for?


title physical


century water

Exhibits on author Dylan Thomas - - Gower Heritage Centre Parkmill Swansea South Wales Open air Includes 12th century water powered corn and saw mill, restored woolen mill, outdoor exhibits of antique farming and cultivation, blacksmith, potter, farm - - Glynn Vivian Art Gallery Swansea Swansea South Wales Art Includes work by Old Masters, contemporary art, porcelain, Swansea china - - Glynn Vivian Art Gallery


life short

"In Defence of Marxism" website. Political life SHORT DESCRIPTION Political theorist DATE OF BIRTH Swansea, Wales PLACE OF BIRTH 1944 He was educated at the Bishop Gore School in Swansea, and Gonville and Caius College (Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge), University of Cambridge, in Britain, and at Harvard University, in the United States. He wrote his thesis under Julian Schwinger on the structure of the electron


top romantic

: www.hillendcamping.co.uk camping.html archivedate 13 May 2008 Thanks to its clear air and lovely golden sand, this romantic stretch of sand was voted the best place in the UK to watch the sun set (''Country Living (Country Living (magazine))'' magazine 2005) and one of the top romantic spots in the country (''The Guardian'' 2007).


set high


award work

Local charity wins Newman’s Own award work The Union author Trina Kleist date 6 April 2006 accessdate 2008-10-01 Stars for Stripes, the Sun Youth Organisation (Montreal), ref>


military active

from Carmarthen and Swansea. Actually located in Burry Port, Pembrey and Burry Port railway station is on the West Wales line with regular services to Cardiff and twice-daily to London. The nearest motorway is the M4 (M4 motorway). Pembrey Airport has no scheduled services but provides facilities for visiting private and corporate aircraft, including executive jets, Pembrey Airport is one of the most military active civil airport in Britain so PPR is often needed


drawings quot

of Ystradgynlais. They shared an appreciation of Expressionism and often painted together. Later Roberts was to acknowledge Herman's influence on his work Joyner, P: "Will Roberts RCA Drawings", P20, National Library of Wales, 2001. . He went on to become Recorder at both Merthyr Tydfil and Swansea in 1971, Elected Leader of the Wales and Chester Circuit 1971 to 1974, and was a Recorder of Crown Courts from 1972 until 1991, as well


original lead

; Badfinger Biography ". Allmusic. Retrieved on November 20, 2007. *'''The Band''' They were originally known as The Hawks, after their original lead singer Ronnie Hawkins. While working with Bob Dylan in the 1960s, they decided to change their name, but were unable to agree on a new name. They finally decided to simply call themselves "The Band" after being derisively referred to as "the band"


literary stage

Jack , the life-saving dog. Swansea Jack – Swansea History Web Tourism Swansea Bay – FAQ Swansea's most famous daughter is Hollywood actress Catherine Zeta-Jones who still owns a home in Mumbles. Swansea is also the home town of 2013 ITU Triathlon World Champion Non Stanford Non Stanford On the literary stage

Swansea

'''Swansea''' ( making it the second most populous local authority area (List of Welsh principal areas by population) in Wales after Cardiff. During its 19th-century industrial heyday, Swansea was a key centre of the copper industry, Swansea (Wales, United Kingdom) – Britannica Online Encyclopedia earning the nickname 'Copperopolis'. Hughes, S. (2000) ''Copperopolis: landscapes of the early industrial period in Swansea'' (Royal Commission on Ancient and Historical Monuments in Wales

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