Tag Archives: Wales

1896: Steel Works

Thomas Prytherch: Cyfarthfa Steel Works at Dusk (1896) The son of a Welsh ironworker, Prytherch was sent to work at the Dowlais ironworks at the age of ten, where he worked until he was twenty. When Lady Wimborne, the wife … Continue reading

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1996: Europa

Europa: September 7, 1996. Europa is the smallest of Jupiter’s moons. The bright crater on the bottom right is named Pwyll, after Pwyll, Prince of Dyfed, a mythical Welsh king whose tale is told in the Mabinogion. One day, while … Continue reading

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1871: Llyn Nant-y-Clif

Charles Leslie: Welsh Landscape, Llyn Nant-y-Clif, North Wales (1871)

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