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    Translation Agency Bristol

    As an experienced translation agency in Bristol, ETS Translations offers native speaker translators of all European and Asian languages with many years of experience and guaranteed quality. Our Bristol-based translation company offers certified translations by sworn translators into English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Icelandic, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Danish, Polish, Russian, Czech, Slovak, Romanian, Bulgarian, Hungarian, Croatian, Albanian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Maltese, Serbian, Bosnian, Slovenian, Arabic, Hebrew, Persian, Farsi, Dari, Chinese (Mandarin), Korean, Thai, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Malay, Turkish, Greek, Latvian, Lithuanian, Estonian and translation services into for many other languages. You can find our translation agency at over 100 locations, including Glasgow, Leicester, Coventry, Bradford or Dublin.

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    In the 20th century Bristol became a hub for the aviation industry. The British Aircraft Corporation, now BAE Systems, was essentially involved in the Anglo-French production of the Concorde as well as the Harrier - a jet able to take off vertically. Another important company is Cameron Balloons, the largest producer of hot-air balloons in the world. Bristol is also home to the well-known animation film studio Aardman Animations, which enjoyed successes including the Wallace & Gromit series, Creature Comforts, Chicken Run and the TV series Shaun the Sheep. There are two universities in Bristol: the renowned University of Bristol, founded in 1909, and the former polytechnic, the University of the West of England, which received university status in 1992. Altogether, almost 40,000 students are currently receiving education in Bristol. Bristol’s dialect, known as ‘Brizzle’ or ‘Bristle’, is particularly characterised by the Bristol L. An L is added after every vowel ending, which led to the Old English Brycgstow becoming Bristol.