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Bangor

Bangor

Bangor is a relatively small town in North Wales with a population as small as nearly 20,000 people. A relatively large proportion of the population are students, with one third of them are studying in the city...

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Bangor

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The city itself dates back to the foundation of a cathedral by the Celtic saint Deiniol early sixth century AD. "Bangor" The name comes from the Welsh word for a type of fence on the premises, as was originally the site of the cathedral. The present cathedral is a building a little more recent and has been extensively modified over the centuries. Although the cathedral is the oldest or by any means the biggest, the bishopric of Bangor is one of the oldest in the United Kingdom. Another claim to fame is that Bangor is the longest High Street in Wales. 'S main commercial and cultural center of the region and the center has two modern shopping malls, and a combination of national chain stores and small shops.

You can catch the latest versions of the film in the Cinema Plaza on Main Street Apollo, while the Regional Theatre, Theatr Gwynedd, shows a variety of films, plays, operas, dance performances and concerts. Like all the campus has a wide choice of pubs and cafes, and I am sure that is a good place for a night out. Culturally, you're in the heart of the "Fortress of Gwynedd," the last bastion of the Welsh language. Defending the language is of immense importance to many people and Wales is, of course, is used as a first language. Statistically, about 55 percent of the population speaks Welsh, but leave the center and the surrounding area and discover that most of the Welsh language is spoken.