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'''Blaenavon''' is a town in [[Gwent]], [[South Wales]].  The Blaenavon Industrial Landscape has been named a [[UNESCO_World_Heritage_List|World Heritage site]] by UNESCO.
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'''Blaenavon''' is a town in [[Monmouthshire]], [[South Wales]].  The Blaenavon Industrial Landscape has been named a [[UNESCO_World_Heritage_List|World Heritage site]] by UNESCO.
  
 
[[Image:Blaenavon.jpg|thumb|300px|Blaenavon from the grounds of the Big Pit museum]]
 
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Revision as of 18:38, 25 March 2009

Blaenavon is a town in Monmouthshire, South Wales. The Blaenavon Industrial Landscape has been named a World Heritage site by UNESCO.

Blaenavon from the grounds of the Big Pit museum

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  • The Big Pit, 01495 790311, [1]. Dec-Jan: 10AM–4:30PM, Feb-Nov: 9:30AM–5PM. The National Museum of Wales has turned this former coal mine into a look back at what mining life was like in days gone by. The highlight of the trip is an underground tour of the mine itself, led by a retired Welsh miner. Free.
  • Blaenavon Ironworks.

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