Aberystwyth and North Ceredigion
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Aberystwyth was created in 1277 when Edward I, having built a new stone castle, granted a charter to the nearby settlement. By 1900, the town had become home to the University of Wales and remains the cultural capital of Welsh-speaking Wales. Part of the Britain in Old Photographs series, this collection of archive photographs, with detailed captions in both Welsh and English, records the changing face of Aberystwyth between about 1900 and 1950.