Where is the Lleucu River in Cardiff?
I think it is the river/stream that forms Roath Park lake, the stream then continues through Roath park but I then lose it on Google Earth, it must come out on the shoreline somewhere so this stream/river must be covered over after Roath park. I'm not sure that the stream above is the Lleucu but you can follow the stream from the lake on OS maps. Below Roath Park it bends the east and eventually flows into the River Rhymney just north of Newport Road.
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you could try the archives of the south wales echo (newspaper) which printed the results and can be found in the Cardiff Central Library. You could contact Les Croupiers Running Club in Cardiff who have a lot of old results.
Cardiff is already a capital and only countries have capitals and Cardiff is a city
According the AA Route Planner (GB Edition) the distance is 44.3 miles , this will take about 0 hours and 52 minutes to drive, assuming you take the direct route and there are no stops, accidents, breakdowns or other hold ups en route
The ranking of Cardiff is 20 in U.K and it has ranked 99th all over the world
Take the train from Cardiff Central to London Paddington, take the Circle Line to Victoria station, and catch the Gatwick Express to Gatwick Airport.
1st Answer It was made in 1091 medieval times. 2nd Answer Cardiff Castle was built by Robert Fitzhamon, lord of Gloucester, in 1091. He was a follower of William the Conqueror, and he had conquered Glamorgan. His purpose was to be able to defend Glamorgan from the Welsh who lived there.
The main tourist sites in Cardiff are probably the Millennium Stadium, the Bay Area (with Techniquest and the Senedd), the Castle, and the National Museum (Europe's best Monet collection outside France). It isn't a holiday destination.
\n. \n1883. Cardiff, a city situated on a reclaimed marshland and a bed of Triassic stones, has its roots dating back to AD 55 when the Romans established a fort on what is now the site of Cardiff Castle.
Cardiff was the UK's biggest coal-exportin port, so it was a big target during the second world war. The first attack was in 1940..
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) ( Full Answer )
Cardiff is the capital city of Wales and home of the Welsh assembly building. Cardiff is also the location of the Millenium stadium and the location for filming of the BBC TV series Torchwood and Doctor Who.
Yes, it is in Wales which is across the border from England to the west.
Cardiff University, University of Wales Institute Cardiff (UWIC) and a part of the University of Glamorgan. However, UniGlam's main campus is in Pontypridd, some miles north of the city. --- . Cardiff University . Glamorgan University . University of Wales Aberystwyth . University of Wales Bang…or . University of Wales College of Medicine . University of Wales College, Newport . University of Wales Institute, Cardiff . University of Wales Lampeter . University of Wales Swansea ( Full Answer )
There was a play with a bluebird in it and they started chanting it at the next match.
No, as the Tube (the London Underground) does not run outside the City of London. You could however use the Tube to travel to Paddington Station and catch a train to Cardiff. The journey would take approximately 2 hours if travelling during the day and may be of longer duration in the evening.
in the town by the place where u by tickets for your car in the car park.
Get on the M4. Turn right and head across the Seven bridge, past Newport. Cardiff is about 50 minutes. You can also catch the train at Bristol that goes to Newport, Cardiff and all points south west.
Cardiff Bay was created in 1987 by the Cardiff Barrage in South Cardiff. It is supplied the Taff and Ely rivers. It is 2,700 acres.
Its a registered Charity part funded by the Welsh Assembly As an independent registered educational charity, Techniquest is funded from a variety of sources. The Welsh Assembly Government provides approximately 1/3rd of their funding, particularly to support schools programmes
from the centre of Cardiff to the centre of Oxford its 118 miles - about 2hours 5 minutes
The flight time from Cardiff, United Kingdom to Marseille Provence Airport is about 1 hour, 22 minutes.
yes it is a band Piece it is intense and tells the story of Cardiff castle with out using lyrics
72 000 seats with 1 stand kept from the old ground that was there but it was forling apart
1hr . According to Google Maps, it is approximately a 2 hour drive, or 118 miles.
No. If your talking about England as a part of the UK then yes. The UK is separated into 4 smaller countries - England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. These four then have their own capital cities. England has London, Scotland's is Edinburgh, Northern Ireland's is Belfast and Cardiff is the c…apital city of Wales. Therefore England doesn't have a city called Cardiff in it, however Wales - it's neighbour does ( Full Answer )
it has a docks and the closest beach is Penarth, in the Vale of Glamorgan.
National Express -> About 7 hours depending on departure times, with one change at Birmingham
Absolutely - Cardiff is the capital city of Wales - which is in the British Isles.
No, Carmarthenshire is a rural county in southwest Wales, which is home to settlements such as Carmarthen andLlanelli. Cardiff is a city in south east Wales. It is notin Carmarthenshire and does not share any boundaries. As a city with its own unitary local authority, Cardiff is nolonger conta…ined within a wider county area officially.Historically and for ceremonial purposes, it may be considered partof South Glamorgan. ( Full Answer )
Depends on your method of travel. It's about 200 miles and would take you around 3.5 hours in a car, traffic permitting.
140 miles taking this route: . Take M25 (NORTH) towards HEATHROW and STAINES from Chertsey to M4 to THE WEST to READING and SLOUGH at JCT 15. . Take M4 WEST to Cardiff.
It is situated near the Glamorgan Coast, stretching westward from Penarth and Barry.Cardiff, located on the banks of the River Taff, is the capital and largest city of Wales. It's a busy commercial, maritime and university city.
127 miles taking this route: . Take M4 to the EAST from Cardiff to M49 to THE SOUTH WEST to AVONMOUTH at JUNCTION 22, which is the very first exit past the Severn River in ENGLAND. . Take M49 to M5 to THE SOUTH WEST to WESTON-SUPER-MARE. . Take M5 to the SOUTH WEST to A380 to TORQUAY. Follow… signs to A380 to TORQUAY. . Take A380 to Torquay. ( Full Answer )
Cardiff castle is made from very strong stone it was made in the 11th century which means it has been standing for a very very long time.
Yes, most of the original castle is intact and well maintained as a major tourist attraction.
It depends what plane you're travelling in ! If you're in a 737 then probably western Europe. If you mean in a light aircraft (twin seater etc) a distance of about 200 miles is your limit.
204 miles taking this route: . Take M1 to the SOUTH from Sheffield to A42 (M42) to the SOUTH WEST to TAMWORTH and BIRMINGHAM at JUNCTION 23A. . Take A42 & M42 to M5 (S) to the SOUTH WEST to WORCESTER outside of Birmingham. . Take M5 to the SOUTH WEST to M4 to LONDON and SOUTH WALES at JUNCTION 1…5 near BRISTOL. Follow signs to M4 SOUTH WALES. . Take M4 to Cardiff. ( Full Answer )
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. ( Full Answer )
As far as football is concerned, then yes, Swansea is massively bigger than Cardiff. Swansea City FC are regarded worldwide as Wales' PREMIER football club, as they are competing in the English Premier League. Cardiff City FC meanwhile have never had the honour of being promoted to play in the be…st league England, and according to many, the best league in the world. Swansea City FC make many more millions of British pound sterling than it's local rival Cardiff City FC. Swansea City FC are financially sound, estimated to have a bank balance in the millions, while Cardiff City FC have been in heavy debt for several years, estimates place their date at around Â£35 million a few years ago. As Swansea City FC play in the Premier League, they are exposed to a global audience ranging from South America, to North America, to Europe, Asia and Africa. Swansea are considered everybodies "second team" due to their pleasing style of play which consists of dominating ball possession even against powerful clubs like Arsenal and Manchester United, while also producing accurate passing leading to FC Barcelona like accuracy. Cardiff City FC on the other hand play in the Championship, which is below the standard of the Premier League. They are have failed to win promotion on several occasion and at the time of writing they recently drew a game 0-0 to Brighton who are considered relegation fodder, it is unlikely Cardiff will ever win promotion to the Premier League as this is usually reserved for the best teams in any league. While Cardiff have to make do with loaning untested players who have not made any headlines from bigger teams to survive a season, Swansea are able to buy players like Michu who was the top goalscoring midfielder in the Spain's top league (La Liga - Ranked 2nd best league in the world). Michu scored 15 goals the season before joining Swansea, beating the likes of Xavi and Iniesta of FC Barcelona who have both featured in the voting for best player in the world over the last couple of seasons. Cardiff are usually forced to sell their best players to bigger and better clubs as they are unable to convince their own players they should stay in Cardiff. Swansea are able to attract the biggest names in football for coaching jobs, the current manager is Michael Laudrup, who is regarded as one of the finest players in all football history. Laudrup has stated he is extremely impressed with his Swansea squad. Cardiff however are managed by Malky Mackay, he is unknown beyond the border of Tonypandy, a village not far north of Cardiff with a population of six. For information about Swansea, the city, then please check on Wikipedia. For information on the two football teams discussed here, then I am afraid you will only see football matches for Swansea because nobody televises the Cardiff games. ( Full Answer )
Yes, the Cardiff giant was a definite fake. It wasn't the first, but it's the most well known. In 1869, a man named George Hull of Cardiff New York 'discovered' the giant when he was having a well dug on his neighbor's (William Newell) property. He set up a tent to house the 10 foot tall stone giant… and charged the public to see it. He made about $30,000 displaying the giant and eventually sold his interest to a syndicate for $23,000. It was moved to Syracuse New York for display and attracted so many paying customers that P.T. Barnum offered the syndicate $50,000 to buy the giant. They turned him down. Not deterred, Barnum had his own giant constructed and put on display in New York City claiming that his was the original and the one in Syracuse was a fake. Both the original fake and the fake fake are on display to this day. The original is at the Farmers' Museum in Cooperstown New York, and the Barnum copy is at Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum in Farmington Hills Michigan. Now, how did the original fake get buried to be discovered by well diggers? Hull, an atheist, had gotten into a heated argument with a fundamentalist minister over a passage in Genesis that said that giants once lived on earth. He was determined to make a fool of the minister and put together a plan. He purchased the 10 foot block of gypsum in Fort Dodge Iowa, saying that is was destined for a Lincoln Memorial in New York City. He had it shipped to Chicago where he hired stone cutter, Edward Burghardt, to carve the statue and swore him to secrecy. In 1868, he had it shipped to his cousin, William Newell, and buried it behind his cousin's barn. He waited about a year, and then ordered the well diggers. The fact that the Newells didn't need a well dug or that the selected location was not appropriate for a well wasn't a factor. Up to this point, it's said that Hull had spent $2,600 on the whole project. ( Full Answer )
It is on the waterfront at Cardiff Bay, in the Porth Teigr area and right next door to 'The Doctor Who Experience' museum and theme centre. However, it's not used EXCLUSIVELY for filming Dr.Who, being a general-purpose studio for BBC Wales. Other series's, such as the period drama Upstairs Downstair…s, medical soap opera Casualty, and Welsh-language series Pobol y Cwm, are also filmed there. It is possible to book tours of the studios if you want one. ( Full Answer )
There is a 3 metre radio telescope on the roof of Cardiff University. There is also an optical telescope at the site for the use of undergraduates.
88 miles taking this route: . Take M4 (W) from Cardiff to A48 to CARMARTHEN at the END of the Motorway. . Take A48 to A40 to ST. CLEARS. . Take A40 to A478 to TENBY via A477. . Take A478 to Tenby.
Yes! There are several Cardiff Hotels in Canada. These hotels are very popular and they produce significant revenue each year. I highly recommend that you consider them.
With the decide in shipping import/export the dock and bay area were servery effected. With a 98% unemployment rate because of the decline hosing and dock associated employment ceased to be.
The flight distance from Cardiff, UK to London, UK is 133 miles / 214 km.
Cardiff Illinois is in Livingston county, Illinois. It is a ghosttown now because the coal mines closed.