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Grade I Listed Buildings in Cardiff

  1. I Animal Wall, and Gates near Clock Tower Photos
    Between SW angle of Castle and West Lodge.
  2. I Cardiff Castle Photos
    On large site on corner of Duke Street and Kingsway, Bute Park to N and W.
  3. I Cardiff City Hall Photos
    Between King Edward VII Avenue and Museum Avenue, facing Gorsedd Gardens between Law Courts (L) and National Museum of Wales (R).
  4. I Castell Coch Photos
    Situated on the wooded hillside overlooking the Taff Valley N of Tongwynlais.
  5. I Cathedral Church of St. Peter and St. Paul Photos
    Sited below and to the north of the plateau which carries the village but forming a striking object from every direction as the most prominent building in north-west Cardiff.
  6. I Church of St German of Auxerre
    On corner of Star Street and metal Street with entrance facing W.
  7. I Church of St John The Baptist. Photos
    On site bounded by St John Street, Working Street, Trinity Street, and St John's Churchyard.
  8. I Church of St Margaret Photos
    In a walled churchyard at the S end of Waterloo Road N of it junction with Newport Road.
  9. I Church of St Mellon
    In a commanding hilltop position with access lane and open ground to N and churchyard extending below on S slope.
  10. I Former Glamorgan County Hall Photos
    Between Bute Building (N) and University Registry (S), with extension backing on to registry.
  11. I Law Courts Photos
    At SW corner of Civic Centre, with entrance facing NE.
  12. I National Museum of Wales Photos
    Between Museum Avenue and Park Place, facing Gorsedd Gardens.
  13. I Park House Photos
    Opposite Gorsedd Gardens.
  14. I Pier Head Building Photos
    Faces S across Cardiff Bay. To E of the Industrial and Maritime Museum, between entrances to Bute East and West Docks.
  15. I Ruins of the Old Bishop's Palace Photos
    At the south-east end of The Cathedral Green and part of the important group of buildings surrounding it.
  16. I St Fagans Castle
    In the centre of St Fagans village opposite the Church of St Mary the Blessed Virgin.

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