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glamorgan: Point of Interest Map
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Map of Glamorgan
Cities and Towns of Glamorgan

Cardiff is the capital of Wales. It is also its most populous city and the epicenter of political, economic, social, and cultural life in Wales. The area around the port, where the city grew to what it is today, is now a noteworthy tourist area which is home to such buildings as the Welsh National Assembly, the Pierhead Building, and the Millennium Centre.

Swansea, the second city of Wales, sits on Swansea Bay and the River Tawe. The maritime district is home to Swansea Museum, the oldest museum in Wales, as well as the National Waterfront Museum and a museum dedicated to celebrated Welsh poet Dylan Thomas. Swansea is considered to have one of the most diverse ecosystems in the UK.
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Caernarfon, on Wales`s northwestern coast across from the Isle of Anglesey, is considered a gateway town to Snowdonia National Park, one of Wales`s leading tourist sites. Caernarfon`s sights include Caernarfon Castle, one of the largest castles in the UK, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Llandudno, on the Irish Sea coast in north Wales, has been a popular seaside vacation destination since the 1860s. Llandudno is famed for its Victorian promenade, The Parade, which takes visitors to the popular North Shore. Llandudno Pier, which is nearly a half-mile long, is the longest seaside pier in Wales.
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Glamorgan is one of the historic counties of Wales, and covers a large portion of its southern coast. It was a region of vital importance to the Norman rulers and later the Princes of Wales, as evidenced by the large number of castles that dot the landscape. There are more castles here in Glamorgan than in perhaps any other region of Wales. Historically a big coal and steel-producing region, it was one of the most industrialized areas of Great Britain, especially in the 19th century when it was only behind Greater Manchester and the West Midlands in terms of industrial output. Today it is home to the two largest cities in Wales: Cardiff, the political, economic, social and cultural capital of Wales; and Swansea, a city located at the eastern end of the Gower Peninsula which is well-known for its seafaring traditions, great surfing and beaches, and beautiful landscapes.

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