Wales County Quiz - Dyfed

Can you guess these facts about the Welsh preserved county of Dyfed?
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Last updated: January 27, 2022
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First submittedAugust 3, 2021
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Important town and site of one of the world's largest liquid natural gas terminals
Milford Haven
The smallest city in the UK, located in the far west of Dyfed
St. Davids
Carmarthen born professional snooker player who won The Masters in 2000 and the UK Championship in 2003
Matthew Stevens
University town in the historic county of Ceredigion
Port in Ireland to which ferry services operate from Fishguard and Pembroke
This aviatrix made her first transatlantic flight in 1928, touching down at Pwll in Dyfed
Amelia Earhart
Dyfed town that is the namesake of a knitted garment that opens fully at the front
The only national park in the UK established primarily because of its scenic coastline
Walled seaside town on the western side of Carmarthen Bay, known for its sandy beaches
Born in Dyfed in 1878, this painter, draughtsman, and etcher was once considered the most important artist at work in Britain
Augustus John
The 'last invasion of mainland Britain' took place in 1797 when a small force from this country landed at Fishguard
Seaside town with a name similar to a surfing resort in Cornwall
New Quay
Major trunk road that connects London with the town of Fishguard
The UK's smallest university town, home to the University of Wales Trinity Saint David
Island off the coast of Dyfed, known for its bird wildlife, stone circles and prehistoric remains
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