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Descubrí River Severn

“Take a good half a day to visit here. Walk around the old and new arboretum and marvel in the beautiful colours and different species of trees. It has a beautiful shop and cafe too. Dogs welcome ”
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National Park
“Hill walks, waterfalls, canal side walks and boat trips, cycling all kinds, horseriding, gliding, festivals, markets, food”
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History Museum
“Big Pit National Coal Museum is an industrial heritage museum in Blaenavon, Torfaen, Wales. A working coal mine from 1880 to 1980, it was opened to the public in 1983 under the auspices of the National Museum of Wales.”
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“Go wild on a four-mile self-drive safari; visit the Discovery Trail; enjoy amusement rides.”
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“This was the first national park in the UK...and you can understand why. It is quite simply stunning. There are a range of landscapes from snow covered mountains to caves and lowland rivers.”
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“A most beautiful border castle. It is still fully intactic and looks as if it is still lived in today. There is always something new to see and the gardens are spectacular. You could easily spend the whole day here. Very nice courtyard café. ”
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“Hereford Cathedral's houses the Mappa Mundi one of the world's unique medieval treasures along with the Chained library - they are now exhibited together in the at the West end of Hereford Cathedral.”
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“Caerphilly Castle is a medieval fortification in Caerphilly in South Wales. The castle was constructed by Gilbert de Clare in the 13th century as part of his campaign to conquer Glamorgan, and saw extensive fighting between Gilbert, his descendants, and the native Welsh rulers.”
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“A beautiful Norman Castle sitting proudly on a rocky outcrop in the centre of the town and overlooking the River Teme.”
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Place of worship
“Stunning cathedral really worth a visit. Used in the filming of Harry Potter (Hogwarts).”
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Natural Feature
“The Forest of Dean is a geographical, historical and cultural region. The 110 square kilometres of mixed ancient woodland forms a rough triangular plateau bounded by the River Wye to the west/northwest, Herefordshire to the North, the River Severn to the South and the city of Gloucestershire to the East. ”
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“This fairytale castle is a popular wedding venue and tourist attraction. It still has its original features. The castle can be accessed by public transport or car within 20 minutes.”
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“Beautiful Malvern Theatres also has a cinema. Have a look on their website for what's on.”
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“The highest mountain in Southern Britain with truly spectacular views from the summit. It is said that if you stand on Pen y Fan and look northwest, you can see all the way to Snowdon. Visit Wales website / Crowning Glory for more details of walks.”
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Emplazamiento histórico
“The Abbey was founded in 1131 by Cistercian monks. Henry VIII destroyed it in the dissolution of the monasteries. Britains first brass was produced at Tintern. The valley and villages of Brockweir and Llandogo feature in the Netflix series Sex Education.”
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“This medieval castle is one of the finest and rarest of its kind. A little further to drive, but well worth a visit on a dry day. Lots to learn about the French aristocracy that built it and its ensuing years of fascinating history. Take good walking shoes/trainers so that you don't miss the towers, dungeon and moat. There is a nice cafe and picnic area at the entrance. English Heritage site”
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