Casnewydd

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Gow gys: stiureydys, ronsee
Caayr Casnewydd
Dinas Casnewydd
City of Newport
—  Ard-ard as caayr  —
Droghad ymmyrkee Chasnewydd
Armys
Armys
Jarroo-raa: "Terra Marique" "Thallooin as marrey"
Casnewydd ayns Bretyn
Co-ordnaidyn: 51°35′15.86″N 2°59′54.04″W / 51.5877389°N 2.9983444°W / 51.5877389; -2.9983444Co-ordnaidyn: 51°35′15.86″N 2°59′54.04″W / 51.5877389°N 2.9983444°W / 51.5877389; -2.9983444
Çheer Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Reeriaght Unnaneysit
Çheer cho-ayrnagh Flag of Wales.svg Bretyn
Coontae Freilt Gwent
Shenn choontae Sir Fynwy
Bunneeaght
 - 1385 Kaart balley
 - 2002 Stayd caayragh
Ard-oik reiragh Ynnyd Baljagh Chasnewydd
Reiltys
 - Sorçh Lught-reill unnaneagh
 - Colught Coonceil Chaayragh Chasnewydd
 - Meoir Chasnewydd Margaret Cornelious
 - Fer toshee ny Coonceil Matthew Evans
 - OHAyn Rosemary Butler
John Griffiths
 - MPyns Paul Flynn
Jessica Morden
 - OAOyn John Bufton, Jill Evans, Kay Swinburne, Derek Vaughan
Eaghtyr
 - Yn clane 190 km² (73.4 mi ker)
Earroo yn phobble (2007)
 - Yn clane 140,200 (7oo)
Kynneeaght[1]
 - Bane 95.2%
 - meshtit 1.2%
 - Aishanagh 2.6%
 - Gorrym 0.5%
 - elley 0.5%
Çhengey[2]
 - Bretnish 11%
Cryss hraa Traa Mean Ghreenwich (UTC+0)
 - Sourey (TTSL) Traa Houree Ghoaldagh (UTC+1)
Coad postagh NP
Coad(yn) çhellvane 01633
ISO 3166-2 GB-NWP
Coad ONS 00PR
NUTS 3 UKD31
Coad OS ST312882
Rheynn-reih Hionnal Ashoonagh Vretin Casnewydd Heear, Casnewydd Hiar
Rheynn-reih Ard-whaiyl Hostyn Casnewydd Heear, Casnewydd Hiar
Rheynn-reih ny h-Oarpey Bretyn
Ynnyd-eggey www.newport.gov.uk

She coontae as ard-valley ayns Bretin Yiass eh Casnewydd, ny hoie er yn Afon Wysg. Ta'n ard-valley hene balley reiragh y choontae. Ta'n ennym çheet jeh Castell Newydd ar y Wysg, dy gra myr shen, "Cashtal noa er y Wysg", çheet er cashtal y 12oo eash faggys da mean y valley. Va shenn chashtal breck as bailey ny hoie er Stow Hill. Cha nel y chashtal shen ry-akin nish.[3]

Imraaghyn[reagh]

  1. Newport. Ethnic Group (UV09). Office for National Statistics. Feddynit er 2011-09-24.
  2. Newport. Welsh Language Skills (UV84). Office for National Statistics. Feddynit er 2011-09-20.
  3. Bob Trett (2007). A summary of the early history of Newport.


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