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The Afon Clarach (English: River Clarach) is a small river discharging into Cardigan Bay north of Aberystwyth. It flows through a largely agricultural and forested landscape except in its lowest reaches where its banks are crowded with holiday developments. The Clarach is formed at the confluence of the Afon Stewi and Nant Seilo at Penrhyncoch, with both their headwaters originating in low hills at the edge of the Plynlimon range.
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Clarach, Ceredigion in John Bartholomew's "Gazetteer of the British Isles" (1887)
Clarach, coast township, Llanbadarnfawr par., NW. Cardigan, 2 m. NE. of Aberystwith, 1702 ac., pop. 227.
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