Cardiff is the capital and largest city of Wales, situated on the south coast of Wales, at the mouth of the rivers Taff, Ely and Rhymney and with a shoreline on the Bristol Channel. The city is quite flat and has a reputation as a city of castles, having 5 different castles within its surroundings. It however has many more landmark buildings such as the National Museum of Cardiff, the Principality Stadium, the Pierhead Building, the Senedd, St David's Hall, Llandaff Cathedral and the Wales Millennium Centre. Previously an industrial city, Cardiff changed to a lively and modern capital city and a tourism hot spot.

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Cardiff is the capital and largest city of Wales, situated on the south coast of Wales, at the mouth of the rivers Taff, Ely and Rhymney and with a shoreline on the Bristol Channel. The city is quite flat and has a reputation as a city of castles, having 5 different castles within its surroundings. It however has many more landmark buildings such as the National Museum of Cardiff, the Principality Stadium, the Pierhead Building, the Senedd, St David's Hall, Llandaff Cathedral and the Wales Millennium Centre. Previously an industrial city, Cardiff changed to a lively and modern capital city and a tourism hot spot.

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