Visit Cardiff - Capital Of The UK’s Smallest Country 🥰
Cardiff is the capital of Wales; the UK’s smallest country...where trains to City Centre are also tiny with a single carriage!
It’s medieval castle - Cardiff Castle - is a Victorian Gothic revival mansion, also in the heart of the City Centre.
Where the statue of the Welsh dragon is located just after visitors enter Cardiff Castle.
Make your way to the majestic Cardiff Bay. Did you know it was Europe’s largest Waterfront development? It’s also home to many restaurants!
One of these include the Norwegian Church Arts Centre - oldest surviving church in Britain founded by the Norwegian Seamen’s mission.
Now, it’s a thriving arts centre with exhibitions, crafts and a splendid little cafe. ☕️🧁
Cardiff City Centre is also home to many other attractions aside from the Castle. This includes shopping, museums, galleries, cafes and...
...A big piece of Canada! 🇨🇦
Last but not the least, don’t miss out on Cardiff Cathedral - the centre of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cardiff.
Originally opened in 1888, the church suffered heavy bomb damage in 1941 during World War ll. It was rebuilt in the 50s and officially opened in 1959.
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