South Lanarkshire is a large and diverse region of Scotland bisected by the main Scotland England road link, the M74. Low rolling hills cover much of the South and West whilst the North of the area borders Glasgow and comprises its main population centres - East Kilbride and Hamilton. Perhaps the most notable historic attraction is New Lanark, now a world heritage site, which was founded in the 18th century as a model industrial village, where the workers were provided with exemplary working conditions. Other towns include Lesmahagow, Biggar, Carluke and Strathaven (pronounced Straven).
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