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|The Vale of Glamorgan Hotel, Golf & Country Club|
Set in 600 acres of parkland
143 bedroom, four star hotel
2 championship golf courses
a 50 x 60 metre indoor Turf training pitch
Home to the Wales National Rugby and Football teams
has been used by Liverpool FC, Manchester United FC, Arsenal FC and Chelsea...
|Chapada do Apodi, between the Brazilian states of Ceará, Rio Grande do Norte and Paraíba - northeastern Brazil.||11/28/2005||791|
|A large T made of hedges outside a winery in McLaren Vale in South Australia.||02/24/2015||496|
|BBC Maida Vale contains four sound studios for music and drama. The studio was home to John Peel's Peel Sessions, a regular slot in which a current popular band would play a set exclusively for the show. It was also home to the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, created in 1958 to produce sound effects and new music for radio. The most famous of the Workshop's creations using 'radiophonic' techniques...||03/01/2006||271|
|A small maze made of pine trees in McLaren Vale, South Australia.||02/24/2015||576|
|Shingleback Winery rooftop sign. It is in McLaren Vale, a famous wine making are in South Australia.||02/24/2015||564|
|Includes Uffington Castle, the White Horse, Dragon Hill, The Manger and The Ridgeway.||02/22/2006||672|
|St Hilary transmitter|
A 745 ft/ 227.1 m TV transmitter located near Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales
Built in 1957.
|Birds eye view of Tinlins winery signs in McLaren Vale||02/24/2015||519|
|Avro Lincoln bomber, A73-64 of 10 Squadron RAAF based in Townsville crashed into Mount Superbus near Emu Vale in the early hours of Easter Saturday morning on 9 April 1955 during a medical evacuation of a sick baby from Townsville to Eagle Farm airfield in Brisbane. The crew of four RAAF personnel and the two passengers were all killed in this tragic accident. ||05/22/2007||1,677|
|Today, if Spaniards speak of something very expensive, they say 'vale un porosi'. In the 16th century, the area around Potosi, Bolivia, was regarded as the world's largest industrial complex. The processed silver from the ore out of the Cerro Rico would have been sufficient to build a silver bridge with a silver road across the Atlantic Ocean to Europe, with enough more to haul the same amount ...||08/03/2005||521|
|Cosmeston Medieval Village is a "living history" medieval village near Lavernock in the Vale of Glamorgan not far from Penarth and Cardiff in south Wales. Based upon remains discovered during a 1980s archaeological dig in the grounds of Cosmeston Lakes Country Park, it is a re-creation of 14th century peasant life in Wales in the Middle Ages.|
The reconstructed village r...