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Cardiff is the tenth largest city in the UK with 340,000 people living in it. In 1953 Queen Elizabeth II wanted capitals for Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales, Wales did not have one so Cardiff was named the capital.
Set in Glamorgan this was a small town until the early 19th century when the port opened for coal trade when mining began in the region.
As a capital city to Wales, Cardiff is the main growth centre for the economy. The main industry from early on was that of coal and mining but later iron and steel works too.
The port at its peak (also known as Tiger Bay) was the busiest port in the world and of course the most important port for the coal industry.
10 million tonnes of coal were exported from those docks.
Cardiff is the centre in Wales for finance and business services and accounts for 75% of its economic growth alongside health and education sectors since 1991.
Well known and notable companies based in Cardiff are, Legal & General, Admiral Insurance, HBOS, Zurich, ING Direct, The AA, 118118, British Gas, Brains, SWALEC Energy, Principality Building Society, and BT.
All these companies either operate their headquarters there or large regional sites. Other major employers are the Senedd and NHS Wales.
Not necessarily renown for a big technology sector Cardiff launched a School of Technologies in the city in 2018 which offers degrees and research opportunities in this field. They also work closely with employers across the city.
Other firms that have sprung onto the Cardiff technology scene are Sonovate who provide tech and finance services to recruitmernt agencies, contractors and freelancers.
Amplyfi who provide deep insights into unstructured deep-web data sources and help banks, government agencies and companies all over the globe.
Coincover have come up with the simplest way to protect and keep on top of digital currencies anywhere around the world. They provide a guarantee that digital funds will not be lost or stolen by combining insurance with the latest security measures.
Cardiff officially became a city in 1905 and the capital of Wales in 1955 on the Queens Diamond Jubilee.
It is the main city in Wales for commercial business and the base for the Senedd, Welsh Parliament.
The Senedd sits in Cardiff Bay with the Wales Millennium Centre which is an art complex for the city.
There are seven hospitals in this city with the largest being the University Hospital of Wales, it is also the third largest hospital in the UK.
Cardiff was placed 7th in the top 50 European cities in 2008 by fDi magazine.
In March 2004 Cardiff was granted Fairtrade Status.
Cardiff carries a huge media presence through BBC Cymru Wales, S4C and ITV Wales all having studios based in there.
Employing around 6,000 people and having an estimated 600 production and tv companies in the sector the turnover is around £350 million.
2011 saw the BBC complete the studio site for Casualty and Doctor Who.
Further north in the city sits Rhondda Cynon Taff new film studios which are being built, the first in 30 years for the UK and are set to be the biggest in the UK.
Notable celebrities in the media from the city are:
Two infamous bands also hailed from the city, Catatonia and Super Furry Animals.
Tourism is big in Cardiff with the National Geographic magazine naming it 6th in the world as an alternative destination.
In 2017 it had a record 21.3 million visitors to the city. Figures from 2010 say it generated £852 million from tourism in 2010 for the city’s economy, with one in five employees based in the hotel and restaurant sector in Cardiff.
With Rugby being a huge deal in Wales the Welsh Rugby Union claimed the Principality Stadium contributed £1 billion to the Welsh economy with 85% of that staying in the city in 2009.
Cardiff also holds one of the largest collections of impressionist art in the world, it won the Art Fund Museums award in 2019 and has one of Europe’s first immersive art venues.
The shopping in this city revolves around the city centre, Queen Street, The Hayes, St Mary Street, and the High Street.
There are large retails parks too at Cardiff Bay, Culverhouse Cross, Leckwith, Newport Road, Pontprennau.
St David’s Centre was completed in 2009 and provided 1,400,000 square footage of shopping space.
In Cardiff Bay the development of Cardiff International Sports Village estimated at £1.4 billion played a big part in the London Olympics featuring the Olympic standard swimming pool.
Cardiff was invaded by the Romans in 50 AD and in 55 AD they built a fort on the land Cardiff was on, this was the beginning of the city’s history.
William 1, King of England in 1081 ordered work to be started on a castle inside the old Roman fort and Cardiff Castle is now in the heart of the city.
In the Middle Ages the town had a population estimated at 2000 which was normal for a town in Wales at this time and it was all contained inside the walls of the castle.
In 1573 Queen Elizabeth I made Cardiff the head port for the collection of custom duties.
Oliver Cromwell conquered Wales during the second English Civil War, it was the last major battle fought in Wales and claimed over 200 lives.
In the 1790’s Cardiff enjoyed a renovation with additions of a stagecoach service to London, a coffeehouse, a racecourse, and a printing press but still the town remained small in population
It was 1793 when John Crichton-Stuart was born, and he spent his life creating a more modern Cardiff and launched a boat service from the docks in 1815 that went over to Bristol, and he followed this with the Cardiff Gas Works in 1821.
In the 1830’s he built a new dock and the town started to grow rapidly. It became the main port for coal export.
In 1883 the town was chosen to have University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire on its site.
The military was permanently based there in 1877 with the completion of the Maindy Barracks.
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