Newport is a town and a modern seaport, and district precinct, notable province of Monmouthshire Sir Fynwy, Wales. The town is situated at the mouth of the River Usk where it enters the River Severn estuary. A medieval precinct with a palace now in ruins dating from around 1126, the town of Newport appreciated business benefits gave by different contracts, for example, that of 1385.
The present province district has been commanded by the port of Newport since the nineteenth century, and that town keeps on utilizing the heft of the encompassing populace. Horticulture remains a solid custom toward the east and west of the town, in any case, where a couple of little market towns remain. The province precinct has superb rail and motorway associations with London, southeastern England, the Midlands, and northern England, and also with different parts of southern Wales.