List of Towns, Villages and Cities in Cardiff

Cardiff is the capital and biggest city of Wales. Its Welsh name is Caerdydd.

Cardiff had 362,310 people living in it in 2021.

It is the main area of what is officially called the City and County of Cardiff (Welsh: Dinas a Sir Caerdydd).

It is the eleventh biggest city in the UK. You can find Cardiff in the southeast of Wales.

It is in the Cardiff Capital Region and is the county town of Glamorgan and, from 1974 to 1996, South Glamorgan.

It is part of the Eurocities network, which is made up of the biggest cities in Europe.

Before the early 1800s, the town was small. When coal mining started in the area, it became a major port for coal, which helped it grow.

The town was made a city in 1905 and the capital of Wales in 1955.

The towns of Dinas Powys and Penarth are part of the Cardiff Built-up Area, which is a larger area outside the county boundary.

Here is a list of cities, towns, places, and villages in Cardiff, Wales:

  1. Began
  2. Birchgrove
  3. Blackweir
  4. Butetown
  5. Bwlch-y-cwm
  6. Caerau
  7. Caerdydd (Cardiff)
  8. Canton
  9. Cardiff (Caerdydd)
  10. Cathays
  11. Cathays Park
  12. Coryton
  13. Creigiau
  14. Cyncoed
  15. Cyntwell
  16. East Moors
  17. Ely
  18. Fairwater
  19. Flat Holm
  20. Gabalfa
  21. Glan-y-llyn
  22. Grangetown
  23. Gwaelod-y-garth
  24. Heath
  25. Lisvane
  26. Llandaff
  27. Llandaff North
  28. Llanedeyrn
  29. Llanishen
  30. Llanmaes
  31. Llanrumney
  32. Maindy
  33. Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal
  34. Morganstown
  35. Mynachdy
  36. Newton
  37. Pantmawr
  38. Pen-y-lan
  39. Pentrebane
  40. Pentwyn
  41. Pentyrch
  42. Pontcanna
  43. Pwll-Mawr
  44. Radyr
  45. Rhiwbina
  46. Rhymney
  47. Riverside
  48. Roath
  49. Roath Park
  50. Rumney
  51. Splott
  52. St Fagans
  53. St Mellons
  54. Taffs Well
  55. Thornhill
  56. Tongwynlais
  57. Tremorfa
  58. Trowbridge
  59. Ty Rhiw
  60. Whitchurch

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