Cardiff Arms Park is a stadium complex situated in the centre of Cardiff, Wales. It is the spiritual and physical home of Welsh rugby union, and is the site of the modern day Millennium Stadium. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cardiff Arms Park"
The Cardiff Barrage lies across the mouth of Cardiff Bay, Wales between Queen Alexandra Dock and Penarth Head. It was one of the largest civil engineering projects in Europe during construction in the 1990s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cardiff Barrage"
Cardiff Bay Opera House, ill-fated project to build a worthy home for the renowned Welsh National Opera. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cardiff Bay Opera House"
Cardiff Castle in Wales was founded by the Normans in 1091, on the site of a Roman fort whose remains can still be seen. The castle's most famous occupant was Robert, Duke of Normandy, who was imprisoned there by his younger brother, King Henry I of England, from 1106 until 1134. In 1158 it was the scene for a daring kidnapping carried out by one Ifor Bach (Ivor the Little). The Welsh took it again in 1404, under Owen Glyndŵr. In 1488, it came into the possession of Jasper Tudor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cardiff Castle"
Cardiff International Arena is an arena in Cardiff, Wales and is the second largest music venue in Cardiff after the Millenium Stadium. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cardiff International Arena"
Cardiff University Students' Union (Mywyfwyr Undeb Prifysgol Caerdydd in Welsh) is the students' union for Cardiff University, which aims to promote the interests of its students. It is located in Cathays. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cardiff University Students' Union"
Chapter Arts Centre is a visual arts centre in Canton, Cardiff. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chapter Arts Centre"
City Hall is a civic building in Cathays Park, Cardiff, Wales. Built of Portland Stone, it became the fifth building to serve as Cardiff's centre of local government when it opened in 1905. Its design, by architects Lanchester, Stewart and Richards, is based on English and French Renaissance styles. ...more on Wikipedia about "City Hall, Cardiff"
Clwb Ifor Bach ( Welsh: Ifor Bach club) is Cardiff's Welsh-language club and community centre. ...more on Wikipedia about "Clwb Ifor Bach"
Llandaff Cathedral is situated in the suburb of Llandaff in the city of Cardiff, the capital of Wales, and is the seat of the Bishop of Llandaff. The cathedral is dedicated to Saint Peter and Saint Paul, and also to three Welsh saints: Dyfrig, Teilo, and Euddogwy. There is evidence for Christian worship on the site from the 6th century, and a church was built by Teilo on the bank of the River Taff. After his death, his shrine became a place of pilgrimage. The monastic settlement survived for many centuries before the establishment of the diocese of Llandaff following the Norman Conquest. ...more on Wikipedia about "Llandaff Cathedral"
The Millennium Stadium ( Welsh: Stadiwm y Mileniwm) in Cardiff is the national stadium of Wales, used primarily for rugby union and football. It is currently the largest football ground in the United Kingdom with a capacity of 74,500, but will relinquish this distinction when the rebuilding of Wembley Stadium in London is complete. The stadium is owned by the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU). ...more on Wikipedia about "Millennium Stadium"
The National Museum Cardiff ( Welsh: Amgueddfa Genedlaethol Caerdydd) is a museum and art gallery in Cardiff, Wales. It is part of the Edwardian civic complex of Cathays Park, which includes the City Hall, Law Courts, what is now Cardiff University and a building for the Welsh Assembly. Its foundation stone was laid in 1912 but construction was delayed by the First World War and the National Museum was not open to the public until 1927, with some parts of the building being completed in 1932. ...more on Wikipedia about "National Museum Cardiff"
Ninian Park is a football stadium in Cardiff, Wales. Currently, it is the home ground of Cardiff City F.C., a Welsh club that competes in the English Football League Championship. The club is planning a new ground, code named St David's Stadium (name subject to change via naming rights agreement), but no time frame for construction has yet been set. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ninian Park"
(Queen's Arcade) It was used for location shooting in the 2005 Doctor Who story Rose, starring Christopher Eccleston and Billie Piper, which was set in London. ...more on Wikipedia about "Queen's Arcade"
Sophia Gardens is a sporting venue within Cardiff, home to the Glamorgan County Cricket Club and proposed future home of the Cardiff Devils ice hockey team. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sophia Gardens"
St David's Hall is a performing arts and conferencing venue situated in the heart of Cardiff city centre, Wales. ...more on Wikipedia about "St David's Hall"
The Temple of Peace (full name: Welsh National Temple of Peace and Health) is a non-religious civic building in the centre of Cardiff, Wales. ...more on Wikipedia about "Temple of Peace, Cardiff"
The Coal Exchange was a market floor for trading in coal, and is now a venue for staged events, in Cardiff, Wales. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Coal Exchange"
The Point is a church-turned-popular music venue in Cardiff Bay, Cardiff, Wales. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Point, Cardiff"
The Wales Millennium Centre ( Welsh: Canolfan Mileniwm Cymru) is a £106 million performing arts complex located on the Cardiff Bay waterfront. Opened in November 2004 with a weekend of celebrations, it hosts performances of opera, ballet, dance and musicals. ...more on Wikipedia about "Wales Millennium Centre"
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