Monmouthshire is a county in southwest Wales. Historically, it had, at least officially, been identified as a separate entity from Wales, but the Local Government Act of 1972 confirmed the county as being a part of Wales. Its largest town is Abergavenny. The county boasts a number of castles and is home to the famous ruins, Tintern Abbey, made famous by William Wordsworth’s poetry.


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