South Wales Valleys
The South Wales Valleys (Welsh: Cymoedd De Cymru) are a number of industrialised valleys in South Wales. Commonly referred to locally as 'the Valleys', they stretch from eastern Carmarthenshire in the west to western Monmouthshire in the east and from the Heads of the Valleys in the north to the lower-lying, pastoral country of the Vale of Glamorgan and the coastal plain around Swansea Bay, Bridgend, the capital Cardiff, and Newport. Many of the valleys run roughly parallel to each other, and the Rhondda Valleys and the Cynon Valley are located roughly in the centre.
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... The South Wales Valleys and upland mountain ridges were once a very rural area of great natural beauty, noted for its river valleys and ancient forests and lauded by romantic poets such as William Wordsworth as well ... extent during the early Industrial Revolution when the Glamorgan and Monmouthshire valley areas were exploited for coal and iron ... railway system on his land that stretched from Cardiff into many of the South Wales Valleys where the coal was being found ...
... This is a list of bus stations in Wales in order of size ... Cardiff Central bus station Cardiff city centre (under redevelopment) City districts South Wales Valleys Vale of Glamorgan London Birmingham Northern England Scotland Newport bus station Newport 31 City ...
... From west to east Gwendraeth valley Amman Valley Loughor Valley (forms the historic border between Carmarthenshire and Glamorgan) Swansea Valley (Tawe Valley) Dulais Valley Vale of ...
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... Welsh immigrants settled the village of Wales in 1840 ... The remains of Welsh history can be seen in the village's flag that replicates the Welsh national flag ...
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