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Cherry tree blossoms, and City Hall, from Main Building, Cardiff.

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Twitter / joebirkin: Another #evening shot of @CardiffUni

Gorgeous cherry tree blossoms and greenery in the Alexandra Gardens, Cardiff, Cathays.

Gorgeous cherry tree blossoms and greenery in the Alexandra Gardens, Cardiff, Cathays.

#cardiffuni looks cool at night! #CaptureCardiff

#cardiffuni looks cool at night! #CaptureCardiff

Rainbow over Penarth, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff

Rainbow over Penarth, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff

Cardiff has recently announced a new collaboration with three of the South West of England’s leading research-intensive universities to create a ‘critical mass of knowledge’ and help Cardiff and Wales ‘better compete for more research income.

Cardiff has recently announced a new collaboration with three of the South West of England’s leading research-intensive universities to create a ‘critical mass of knowledge’ and help Cardiff and Wales ‘better compete for more research income.

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little white chapel las vegas - Google Search

Norwegian Church in Cardiff Bay

Norwegian Church in Cardiff Bay

View of @CardiffUni from 3rd floor of @cardiffstudents @CardiffUniUG #CaptureCardiff

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View of @CardiffUni from 3rd floor of @cardiffstudents @CardiffUniUG #CaptureCardiff

Top 10 things to do in Cardiff - Cardiff Castle in the heart of the city is a remarkable site with more that 2,000 years of history. Roman soldiers slept here, noble knights held court here, and the Bute family’s extraordinary wealth transformed it into a romantic Victorian fantasy. Within its walls are the Wartime Shelters, an evocative re-creation of a bygone era when its tunnels were used as a place of refuge during the World War II air raids.

Top 10 things to do in Cardiff - Cardiff Castle in the heart of the city is a remarkable site with more that 2,000 years of history. Roman soldiers slept here, noble knights held court here, and the Bute family’s extraordinary wealth transformed it into a romantic Victorian fantasy. Within its walls are the Wartime Shelters, an evocative re-creation of a bygone era when its tunnels were used as a place of refuge during the World War II air raids.

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