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ROSS ON WYE
Price: Free
Time: 1-2 hours
Tracing its origins all the way to 1539, the Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers (Militia) is now a vital part of the Army Reserve. Visit the regiment's museum at Monmouth Castle Museum, from 2-5pm today, and discover the long history of keeping law and orger in Monmouthshire and the regiment's battles around the world.
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ROSS ON WYE
HEREFORDSHIRE
51.91667, -2.56667


Sunrise: 04:56
Sunset: 19:32
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