Afon Wyre

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Afon Wyre
River Wyre
Afon Wyre at Tyncoed - - 256354.jpg
The Afon Wyre at Tyncoed
Afon Wyre is located in Wales
Afon Wyre
Location of the mouth in Wales
Country United Kingdom
Region Wales
District County of Ceredigion
Physical characteristics
 ⁃ coordinates
52°18′21.26″N 4°9′42.71″W / 52.3059056°N 4.1618639°W / 52.3059056; -4.1618639Coordinates: 52°18′21.26″N 4°9′42.71″W / 52.3059056°N 4.1618639°W / 52.3059056; -4.1618639

Afon Wyre (Welsh pronunciation: [ˈwərɛ] About this soundpronunciation ), (English: River Wyre), is a small river in the county of Ceredigion, Wales; also called Afon Wyre Fawr ("Great Wyre") and formerly Gwyrai.[1]

The river runs north from its source for about 1.5 miles or 2.5 km, through Lledrod, and then turns west for the bulk of its course (about 8 miles or 13 km), passing through Llangwyryfon and Llanrhystud (where it is joined by the Wyre Fach (Little Wyre) and Carrog) before emptying into Cardigan Bay.


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