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  1. Holyhead. 53°18′31″N 4°37′58″W. / 53,308611 -4,632778. Informacje w Wikipodróżach. Strona internetowa. 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] .

  2. 28 de mar. de 2022 · Holyhead [1] is a small port town in north-west Wales on the picturesque and idyllic Isle of Anglesey/Ynys Môn with the four largest cruise ferries in the world sailing from there to Dublin, providing regular crossings 24 hours a day, taking approximately 3hours 20mins. Holyhead is the second busiest ferry port in the UK after Dover.

  3. The alternative English name of the island is Holyhead Island. According to the 2011 UK Census , the population was 13,659, of whom 11,431 (84%) lived in the largest town, Holyhead . Pre-history of Holy Island [ edit ]

  4. 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 ...

  5. Holyhead Hotspur Football Club ( Welsh: Clwb Pêl-droed Hotspur Caergybi) is a football club based in Holyhead, Anglesey. They currently play in the Ardal NW, the third tier of the Welsh football pyramid. The team's first choice strip is burgundy shirts, burgundy shorts and white socks.

  6. frr.wikipedia.org › wiki › HolyheadHolyhead – Wikipedia

    Holyhead [ˈhɒlihɛd] (waliisk: Caergybi [kɑːɨrˈɡəbi]) as en stääd üüb det eilun Anglesey uun Nuurdwaastwales mä gud 11.000 iinwenern. Eegentelk leit Holyhead üüb det eilun Holy Island , as oober auer en brag mä Anglesey ferbünjen.

  7. The Holyhead Breakwater Lighthouse stands on the Holyhead Breakwater outside the Welsh port of Holyhead, Anglesey . The structure, which was completed in 1873, was most likely designed by Victorian civil engineer John Hawkshaw after he took control of Holyhead harbour works in 1857. [3] The lighthouse was the last major building completed on ...