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Pantycelyn Hall was one of the first building to be constructed on the Penglais Campus site, which the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, acquired in 1929.

Named after the eighteenth-century Welsh poet and revivalist, William Williams, Pantycelyn, (1717–1791), the structure was constructed in the Neo-Georgian style as a hall of residence in two phases from 1948, with the second phase completed in October 1953.


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