Nestled on the Glamorgan Coast by the Celtic sea is Cardiff, the charming capital of Wales, which was not only the European Capital of Culture in 2008 but also the 2014 European Capital of Sport. The city is home to British Council offices and six British Council schools; 11% of the population are Welsh speakers and has many twin cities including those in Germany, France and Norway.
One of the main connotations of Wales and Cardiff is rugby. The Millennium Stadium, built in 1999 for the Ruby World Cup, has contributed over 1 billion pounds to the city’s economy. The stadium is used as the venue for a variety of events such as rugby league and union matches, including those for the 6 Nations, football matches, concert and conferences having welcomed a whole host of international names to the stage including U2, The Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Paul McCartney.
Just outside of the city centre are the Dragon International Film Studios or Valleywood as it’s more commonly known. The studios are used for filming variety of popular television programmes and films naming Dr. Who, Casualty and Merlin amongst others. The studios are used by the British Film Commission (BFC) who also responsible for BBC’s Sherlock, the Harry Potter films and Maleficent and many other cinematic productions which are loved worldwide.
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