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Books about Safon:
TGCH Safon UG and Uwch Drwy Ddiagramau
Golwg ar Ddrama, gyda Sylw Penodol i 'Siwan' (Ymarferion Cymraeg Ail Iaith Safon Uwch)
Cyfrol 1 Cemeg Safon Uwch (Welsh Edition) by Hill Graham and John Holman
Ystraeon O Hanes Cymru I Safon III (Welsh Edition) by Owen Morgan Edwards (Apr 2, 2010)
Cyfres Cynorthwyon Cymraeg Safon Uwch Aberystwyth: Branwen Uerch Lyr - Geirfa, Ynghyd a Chanllawiau ar Gyfer Darllen... by Ian Hughes (Feb 1997)
Ystraeon O Hanes Cymru, I Safon III: Stories From Welsh History, For Standard III (1894) by Owen Morgan Edwards (Sep 10, 2010)
Ystraeon Hanes Cymru. I Safon III (Stories from Welsh History, for Standard III.) by Owen Morgan Edwards (Jun 2, 2011)
Wiki information Safon:
Safonovo is a town and the administrative center of Safonovsky District in Smolensk Oblast, Russia, located on the Vopets River 102 kilometers northeast of Smolensk, the administrative center of the oblast. Population: 46,116; 48,209; 56,571.
Yelena Vsevolodovna Safonova is a Russian actress. She was made famous by the 1985 melodrama Winter Cherries and its two sequels. In 1988, she was awarded the David di Donatello for her starring turn in Nikita Mikhalkov's film Dark Eyes. She was...