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  1. Holyhead railway station ( Welsh: Gorsaf reilffordd Caergybi) serves the Welsh town of Holyhead ( Welsh: Caergybi) on Holy Island, Anglesey. The station is the western terminus of the North Wales Coast Line miles (170 km) west of Crewe and is managed by Transport for Wales Rail. It connects with the Port of Holyhead ferry terminal.

  2. Holyhead (wal. Caergybi ) – największe miasto w hrabstwie Anglesey , usytuowane w północno-zachodniej Walii na wyspie Holy Island . Liczba mieszkańców według spisu powszechnego z 2011 roku wynosiła 11 431 osób [1] .

  3. Holyhead Mountain ( Welsh Mynydd Twr, from mynydd 'mountain, unenclosed land' and twr 'a heap, pile') [1] is the highest point on Holy Island, Anglesey, and in the county of Anglesey, north Wales. It lies about two miles west of the town of Holyhead, and slopes steeply down to the Irish Sea on two sides. Ireland can be seen from here on a clear ...

  4. › wiki › HolyheadHolyhead - Wikipedia

    Holyhead ( Wallies: Caergybi, "Cybi se fort") is 'n dorp in Wallis en 'n groot hawe in die Ierse See wat Ierland bedien. Dit is ook 'n gemeenskap en die grootste stad in die Isle of Anglesey -distrik, met 'n bevolking van 13 659 tydens die 2011-sensus. Holyhead is op Holy-eiland, wat van Anglesey geskei word deur die nou Cymyran-straat en ...

  5. Holyhead Maritime Museum. / 53.317; -4.636. The Holyhead Maritime Museum ( Welsh: Amgueddfa Forwrol Caergybi) is a maritime museum located in Holyhead, North Wales . Housed in what is claimed to be the oldest Lifeboat station in Wales (built c. 1858), [1] it houses a number of collections.

  6. 53.316198 -4.662541. 1 Holyhead Breakwater Country Park. Nature trails, lake and cliff scenery edit. 53.316672 -4.635792. 2 Holyhead Maritime Museum, Newry Beach, LL65 1YD, ☏ +44 1407 769745. edit. 53.3114 -4.63252. 3 St Cybi's Church. mediaeval church. The original church was constructed at Holyhead around 540 AD by St Cybi, a cousin of St ...

  7. › wiki › HolyheadHolyhead - Wikipedia

    Holyhead (pron.: /ˈhɒlɪhɛd/, ascolta ⓘ; in gallese: Caergybi, pron. /kɑːɨrˈgəbi/, lett. "fortezza di (San) Cybi"; 11.000 ab. ca.) è il centro principale della contea di Anglesey (Galles nord-occidentale) e dell'isola nota come Holyhead Island o Holy Island, isola sul Mare d'Irlanda situata a nord-ovest dell'Isola di Anglesey (con cui è collegata tramite un ponte).