What culture does Cardiff castle bring?
Cardiff Castle was built by Robert Fitzhamon, Lord of Gloucester, on a site once used by the Romans for a fort. The castle's original purpose was to be used as a base for controlling the countryside. In time, it became a residence, and it was much rebuilt during the 19th century. It is in Cardiff, Wales, and is open for visitors and events. There are links below. The Cardiff Castle site has a more complete…
Cardiff has a lot, rather depending where the question is aimed, there is a lot of culture and history to do with the city which can be seen in the Castle and the museum. Cardiff has however been through a lot of development in recent years and now boasts the millennium stadium which regularly holds events with up to 80,000 spectators and the new sports village which is currently mid-completion for the olympic games.
Cardiff has a huge night life for those that enjoy a good food and a drink. There are several very good night clubs, museums, 2 Major theatres, a very good shopping complex, historic buildings to visit including Cardiff Castle and on the outskirts Saint Fagans. There are excellent sports facilities including the national Stadium and the home of Cardiff Blues and the Blue Birds (Cardiff City)
Caernarfon Castle Conway Castle Beaumaris Castle The Severn Bridge The Senedd in Cardiff Dolbadarn Castle Dinas Bran Castle Harlech Castle Wales is famous for castles - it has more than any other place in the world! Natural landmarks would include places like Mount Snowdon, Lake Bala, Pembrokeshire Coast, etc.