Category:Dawley

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English: Dawley is a small town in the borough of Telford and Wrekin and ceremonial county of Shropshire, England. Today it forms part of the new town of Telford (which was originally, in 1963, going to be named Dawley New Town before it was decided in 1968 to name the town Telford instead after the engineer and road builder Thomas Telford). Dawley is however one of the older settlements in Shropshire, being mentioned in the Domesday Book. It is divided into Dawley Magna ("Great Dawley") and Little Dawley (also shown as Dawley Parva ("Little Dawley") on older maps). The town's main parish is officially called Great Dawley - Dawley Hamlets is a separate parish, which covers Little Dawley and other neighbouring villages/suburbs.
Italiano: Dawley è una delle comunità che, aggregate, formano la new town di Telford, nella contea dello Shropshire, in Inghilterra.
Polski: Dawley - miasto w Wielkiej Brytanii, w Anglii, w regionie West Midlands, w hrabstwie Shropshire. W 2001r. miasto to zamieszkiwało 11 399 osób.
Volapük: Dawley binon zif in grafän: Shropshire, in Linglän.

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