Wales' UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Wales' UNESCO World Heritage Sites The UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Wales showcase the area's historical significance. The Pontcysyllte Aqueduct in Wrexham is a waterway notable for its engineering and architecture. The town of Blaenavon is important because it was one of the major producers of iron and ore in Wales. It is also home to the Big Pit museum where visitors can tour an underground mine. In this WatchMojo.com video, we explore some of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites that are present in Wales. Footage courtesy of Visit Wales.

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