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Standing stones at Pentre Ifan in Pembrokeshire, Wales. This Bronze Age monument, also known as Arthur's Quoit, dates from around 4000-3500 BC. It is thought to have been constructed as a burial chamber and would have originally been covered in earth. The capstone of the chamber is about 5 metres long. Photographed in Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Wales.

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The ruins of Tintern Abbey in South Wales, the result of Henry VIII's dissolution of the monasteries, which brought 400 years of monastic life to an abrupt end in the 1530s.

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The ruins of Tintern Abbey in South Wales, the result of Henry VIII's dissolution of the monasteries, which brought 400 years of monastic life to an abrupt end in the 1530s. #Gothic architectural detail (

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'A Child's Christmas in Wales' (1955) by Dylan Thomas. Illustrated by Trina Schart Hyman. A Child's Christmas in Wales is a prose work by the Welsh writer Dylan Thomas. The story is an anecdotal retelling of a Christmas from the view of a young child, portraying a nostalgic and simpler time.

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SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE | SYDNEY | NEW SOUTH WALES | AUSTRALIA: *Opened: 19 March Through Arch Bridge, crossing Port Jackson (Sydney Harbour), connecting Sydney CBD and the North Shore; Road and rail bridge*

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