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Location type: Street
Location address: United Kingdom, Monmouthshire
Number of texts: 2
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Monk Street is an historic street in the town of Monmouth, Monmouthshire, Wales. A portion of it was in existence by the 14th century, and appears on the 1610 map of the town by cartographer John Speed. It runs in a north-south direction, extending northward from its intersection with Whitecross Street. The name of the street relates to the nearby Priory, as well as the gate which was originally on this road and provided part of the town’s defences, Monk’s Gate. Monk Street is lined with numerous listed buildings.

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1 Monk Street, Monmouth was built as a Working Men’s Free Institute. It is a Grade II Listed building in Monmouth, Wales and located next to Monmouth Baptist Church.

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