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New Lanark World Heritage Site - South Lanarkshire
Scotland

New Lanark World Heritage Site in South Lanarkshire, Scotland. An early industrial site featuring cotton mills. A well restructured historical site in a beautiful setting right at he river clyde. A short walk only to the falls of the river clyde.

Right in front of Robert Owens house.

Copyright: Michael zander
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Uploaded: 09/12/2009
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Tags: lanark; owen; scotland; river; clyde; lanarkshire; mill
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