List of places in Pembrokeshire

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This is a list of cities and towns (and former towns) and villages in Pembrokeshire, Wales.

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Most places in blue have their own article; those in red do not. Some (annotated (r)) are currently redirected to their parent parish (for which see GENUKI [1] ) or community (see list at the foot of this page) and may be sufficiently notable for their own article. Coordinates can usually be found in List of United Kingdom locations.

GENUKI also has a list of Pembrokeshire place names extracted from Lewis's 1833-44 A Topographical Dictionary of Wales, which link to further sources and historical information. [2]

Some are stub articles that need expanding; for a list, see Category:Pembrokeshire geography stubs.

For other principal areas in Wales, see List of places in Wales.

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References

  1. "GENUKI: Pembrokeshire" . Retrieved 2 May 2019.
  2. "GENUKI: Pembrokeshire Place Names" . Retrieved 27 July 2019.