New Lanark

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    New Lanark is a restored 18th century cotton mill village and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    The village of New Lanark, by the banks of the River Clyde, grew up around 18th century mills where cotton was manufactured. The last mill closed in the 1960s but a subsequent restoration programme resulted in New Lanark becoming a World Heritage Site attraction. At the visitor centre you can learn the story of the village while nearby is the Falls of Clyde wildlife reserve with its peregrine falcons and waterfalls.

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