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Neath Abbey belonged to an order of Cistercian monks who came to Wales in 1147 after the land was given to Savignac monks from Normandy. The ruins are still imposing and indicate its historical importance - it was the biggest abbey in Wales for a time. The ruins are now looked after by CADW.

Neath Abbey
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