Wales County Quiz - Gwynedd

Can you guess these facts about the Welsh preserved county of Gwynedd?
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Quiz by Berney
Last updated: January 27, 2022
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First submittedAugust 2, 2021
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Highest mountain in Wales
Large inlet of the Irish Sea that has the coast of Gwynedd as its northern boundary
Cardigan Bay
Roofing material once mined in large volumes in this part of Wales
Narrow-gauge heritage railway, and major tourist attraction, that runs from Porthmadog across 'The Cob' before climbing into the mountains
Ffestiniog Railway
University city that has a namesake in the US state of Maine
Gwynedd born comedian, best known for playing the lead role in 'The Vicar of Dibley'
Dawn French
Large island off the north-west of the mainland
Sea channel that separates the above island from the rest of Gwynedd
Menai Strait
Busy port from where ferries sail to Dublin
Gwynedd peninsula that extends 30 miles into the Irish Sea
Known as the 'Island of 20,000 Saints', this place is located two miles off the above peninsula
Singer, songwriter from Gwynedd who had success with the single 'Mercy'
Coastal medieval fortress and the site of the investiture of Charles, Prince of Wales in 1969
Caernarfon Castle
Gwynedd born courtier and second husband of Catherine, widow of Henry V of England, who was captured and executed during the Wars of the Roses
Owen Tudor
Body of water in Gywnedd that is also known as Llyn Tegid
Bala Lake
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