The controversial demolition of an historic artwork in Newport has begun today.
The mural commemorates the 1839 Chartist uprising.
It is a mosaic of 200,000 pieces of tile and glass, in a subway off John Frost Square - named after the rebellion's leader.
The demolition has begun two days before campaigners plan to stage a demonstration against its removal in the city centre.
It is being pulled down to make way for a new shopping centre.
Thousands of people signed a petition to save it.
Newport City Council has said the cost of moving the mural is not economically viable.
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