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Why We Love Cardiff - Wales Directory and Phone Book
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So why do we love Cardiff? Well, it's one of the UK's most vibrant and popular cities, it's the 11th biggest in the United Kingdom, however it's the largest and the Capital of Wales. The city has a population of around 350,000 people, with a 'greater Cardiff capital region' of nearly 1.5 million. Famous landmarks include The Senedd, Principality Stadium, Norman keep, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff City Centre, City Hall clock tower and the Welsh National War Memorial. Interestingly the city is most popular visitor destination in Wales with around 18 million visitors per year.
A major contributing factor to this figure is the amount of popular sporting venues in the city, this includes the Principality Stadium which is the national stadium for the Welsh rugby union team, Sophia Gardens, which is the home of Glamorgan County Cricket Club, Cardiff City Stadium, which is the home of Cardiff City football team and the Wales football team and the Cardiff International Sports Stadium.
Did you know? As this is a business directory it's only fitting to research some of Cardiff's corporate history, apparently the first recorded million-pound business deal was completed in the trading hall of the Coal Exchange, where a big cheque was written to buy coal for France! Equally, the city is also known as the 'City of Arcades'. This relates to the fact it has the biggest concentration of Victorian, Edwardian and modern day indoor shopping arcades in Britain! To make the city even more 'cooler', it has more castles than any other city in the world. There are 3 still located inside the city itself, these are called Cardiff Castle, Castell Coch and St Fagans Castle. However there's a further 23 in the surrounding Glamorgan County!