English: Ruardean is a village in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, England, to the west of Cinderford. It is situated on a hillside with views west towards the mountains of South Wales. Little now remains of the village's industrial history, but once it was a centre for iron ore smelting furnaces, forges and coal mines. The Norman castle, now little more than a mound, commanded the shortest route from Gloucester Castle to the Welsh Marches and the Wye Valley.
Français : Ruardean est un village du Gloucestershire (Angleterre), dans la forêt de Dean.
中文: 瑞迪恩村英國英格蘭格洛斯特郡迪恩森林的農村。位置是靠近威爾士英格蘭的邊界。本村的歷史包括鐵工廠、煤礦什麽的。村裏也有城堡的遺跡。
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