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FIRST established around 800 AD it nestles in a basin between the River Calder and the River Brun from which it takes its name. In the 19th century the town rose to prominence to become the world's leading producer of cotton cloth. Today visitors to Burnley will be amazed by its wealth of contrasts, from some of the best preserved industrial landscapes in Britain, to magnificent countryside with rugged moorlands and deep gorges.