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The Millennium Stadium

Listed under Visitor Attractions in Cardiff, United Kingdom.

  • Photo of The Millennium Stadium
  • Photo of The Millennium Stadium
  • Photo of The Millennium Stadium
  • Photo of The Millennium Stadium
  • Photo of The Millennium Stadium
  • Photo of The Millennium Stadium
  • Photo of The Millennium Stadium
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The stadium looms on the horizon like a giant ship setting sail. It can hold up to 74,500 people and is the home to some of Wales’s beloved rugby internationals as well as various football matches. The stadium’s resident hawk, named Dad, is employed to drive seagulls and pigeons away from the turf to ensure you get a clear view of the match before you.

Written by  Sybilla Harvey.

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