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Songs about Aberdaron:
Aberdaron by Cynan from the Album Detholiad O Hoff Gerddi Cymru
Aberdaron by Hogia'R Wyddfa from the Album Hogia'r Wyddfa Mewn Bocs
Aberdaron by Oceans Apart from the Album By Land or by Sea
Aberdaron by Hogia'R Wyddfa from the Album Pigion Disglair Hogia'R Wyddfa
Aberdaron by Mari Morgan & Richard Lind from the Album One Voice, Two Hands
Aberdaron by Llwybr Llaethog from the Album Stwff
Aberdaron by Bryn Terfel from the Album Caneuon Meirion Williams / The Songs Of Meirion Williams
Books about Aberdaron:
In search of Dic Aberdaron: An inquiry into a Welsh tramp with the gift of tongues by Bill Rees (Sep 25, 2014)
Memoir of Richard Roberts Jones of Aberdaron by William Roscoe (Jan 27, 2013)
Aberdaron, Pwllheli and Pen Llyn 1903: One Inch Sheet 133/134 (Old Ordnance Survey Maps of England & Wales) by Derrick Pratt (May 19, 2004)
Aberdaron and Bardsey Island: Solid Geology Drift Geology Map (1: 50 000 Series Geological Maps (England & Wales... (Jan 1, 1994)
Aberdaron - Nefyn (Ardal) by Ioan Roberts (Apr 13, 2007)
The Church of Saint Hywyn, Aberdaron by W. J Elliss (1969)
Hanes Bywyd Dic Aberdaron A Twm O'r Nant: Dau Gymmeriad Hynod... (Welsh Edition) by Anonymous (Nov 4, 2011)
Wiki information Aberdaron:
Aberdaron is a community and former fishing village at the western tip of the Llŷn Peninsula in the Welsh county of Gwynedd. It lies 14.8 miles west of Pwllheli and 33.5 miles south west of Caernarfon, and has a population of 965. It is sometimes...
Dic Aberdaron, also known as Dick of Aberdaron, was a Welsh traveller and polyglot. He had little or no formal education, but was reputed to have taught himself 14 or 15 languages, both ancient and modern, including Latin at the age of 11. Dic...