Ceredigion

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Ceredigion is a county in Mid Wales. The county was created as Cardiganshire (Welsh: Sir Aberteifi) in 1282 in the area of the former Kingdom of Ceredigion. The historic county was abolished in 1974 and reconstituted in 1996 as Ceredigion.

The county had a population of 75,900 at the 2011 UK census. Aberystwyth is the largest town and one of two administrative centres, along with Aberaeron.

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• Adpar

• Bethania

• Beulah

• Borth

• Bridgend

• Brithdir

• Brongest

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• Cellan

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• Cwmerfyn

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• Dole

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• Dre-fach

• Dyffryn

• Furnace

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• Glanwern

• Glasgoed

• Goginan

• Gorrig

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• Gwbert

• Hawen

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• Wenallt

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