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Lanarkshire is home to two World Heritage Sites. The New Lanark World Heritage Site gives a fascinating insight into the history of this village which rose to prominence during Robert Owen's period of mill management from 1800 to 1825. Antoine Wall is the other World Heritage Site. It was built by the Romans and is also known as the Clyde-Forth frontier line. Sections of the wall can still be glimpsed at Cumbernauld and Kilsyth. Chatelherault Country Park has been graded a 5 star visitor attraction by VisitScotland. The magnificent house was built in 1732 and designed by the famous Scottish architect William Adam. The restored buildings include the Duke's private Banqueting Room, the numerous grand apartments, and the well presented formal gardens. There are also ten miles of walks through the ancient woodlands which surround the house.