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Cardiff City Hall The City Hall logo with "VC" stands for Villa Cardiff. Architectural style Edwardian Baroque Town Cardiff Country Wales Client Corporation of Cardiff Completed 1906 Cost £226,288[1] Architect Henry Vaughan Lanchester James Stewart Edwin Alfred Rickards City Hall is a civic building in Cathays Park, Cardiff, Wales. Built of Portland stone, it became the fifth building to serve as Cardiff's centre of local government when it opened in October 1906. The competition to design a town hall and adjacent law courts for Cardiff was won in 1897 by the firm of Lanchester, Stewart and Rickards. Cardiff received its city charter while construction was underway, in 1905. The building is an important early example of the Edwardian Baroque style. Contents 1 The Marble Hall 2 In popular culture 3 External links 4 References // The Marble Hall The first floor landing of City Hall is decorated with statues in Pentelicon marble of famous figures from Welsh history. These were funded by a gift from David Alfred Thomas, 1st Viscount Rhondda; the personages to be commemorated were decided by a competition in the Western Mail. The Marble Hall was unveiled by David Lloyd George, then Secretary of State for War, on October 27, 1916.[1] Boudica by J. Havard Thomas Saint David by Sir William Goscombe John Hywel Dda (King Howell the Good) by F. W. Pomeroy Gerald of Wales by Henry Poole Llywelyn Ein Llyw Olaf (Llywelyn II, the last ruling Prince of Wales) by Henry Albert Pegram Dafydd ap Gwilym by W. W. Wagstaff Owain Glyndŵr by Alfred Turner Henry VII by Ernest Gillick Bishop William Morgan by T. J. Clapperton William Williams, Pantycelyn by L. S. Merrifield Sir Thomas Picton by T. Mewburn Crook In popular culture The cover of the Catatonia single "Mulder and Scully" has a UFO above the building similar to the movie poster for Independence Day. External links Wikimedia Commons has media related to: City Hall, Cardiff Cardiff City Hall official site The history of the Marble Hall References ^ a b Chappell, Edgar L. (1946). Cardiff's Civic Centre: A historical guide. Priory Press. , pp. 21–6 Coordinates: 51°29′06″N 3°10′43″W / 51.48504°N 3.17857°W / 51.48504; -3.17857 v • d • e Culture and recreation in Cardiff Performing arts Cardiff Singer of the World • Welsh Singers Competition • BBC National Orchestra of Wales • Welsh National Opera • Wales Millennium Centre • Cardiff International Arena • St David's Hall • Cardiff City Hall • New Theatre • Sherman Cymru • Chapter Arts Centre • Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama • National Youth Orchestra of Wales • Cardiff Philharmonic Orchestra Music venues and acts Music of Cardiff • Clwb Ifor Bach • Coal Exchange • Spillers Records • Barfly • Cardiff University Students' Union • Bute Park • Catatonia • The Automatic • Jem • Funeral for a Friend • Lostprophets • Bullet for My Valentine • Stereophonics • Manic Street Preachers • Super Furry Animals • Kids in Glass Houses • Los Campesinos! • The Hot Puppies • The Oppressed • Pagan Wanderer Lu • Budgie • Shakin' Stevens • Charlotte Church • Shirley Bassey • Gorky's Zygotic Mynci • Only Men Aloud! Festivals and concerts Cardiff Big Weekend • Cardiff Film Festival • Cardiff Comedy Festival • Cardiff Design Festival • Sŵn • National Eisteddfod • Urdd Eisteddfod • Party in the Park • Tsunami Relief Cardiff • Welcome to Wales • Armed Forces Day • Millennium Stadium concerts • Cardiff Arms Park concerts • Sparks in the Park Museums and galleries National Museum Cardiff • St Fagans National History Museum • Museum of the Welsh Soldier • Norwegian Church Arts Centre • The Gate • Doctor Who Exhibition Centre • Pierhead Building • Techniquest • The Cardiff Story Entertainment and dining Red Dragon Centre • Mermaid Quay • Hard Rock Cafe • Millennium Plaza • The Glee Club • Eastside • Café Quarter Recreation Cardiff Central Library • Libraries in Cardiff • Leisure centres in Cardiff • Bute Park • Roath Park • Victoria Park • Roald Dahl Plass • Llandaff Fields • Thompson's Park • Llanishen Reservoir Shopping Arcades • St. David's • Queens Arcade • Capitol Centre • Central Market • Castle Quarter • The Hayes • Howells • Mermaid Quay • Retail Parks v • d • e Landmarks and visitor attractions in Cardiff Tallest buildings in Cardiff 1. Capital Tower • 2. Stadium House • 3. HM Government Offices • 4. Altolusso • 5. Meridian Gate • 5. Tŷ Pont Haearn • 7. Holland House • 8. Llandaff Cathedral • 9. Cardiff City Hall • 10. Helmont House • 21. Coleg Glan Hafen, City Road Campus • 23. Marriott Hotel • 25. Cardiff Castle Clock Tower Landmarks Wales Millennium Centre • Millennium Stadium • Pierhead Building • Senedd • St David's Hall • St David's Hotel & Spa • Ninian Park • SWALEC Stadium • Cardiff International Sports Stadium • Cardiff City Stadium • Cardiff Central Library • Temple of Peace • Llandaff Cathedral • Central Market • Welsh National War Memorial • Animal Wall Visitor attractions National Museum Cardiff • St Fagans National History Museum • Doctor Who Exhibition Centre • Red Dragon Centre • Mermaid Quay • Cardiff Castle • Castell Coch • Techniquest • Cardiff International Sports Village • Cardiff International Pool • Cardiff Bay • Cardiff International White Water • Cardiff Centenary Walk • Museum of the Welsh Soldier • Norwegian Church v • d • e Politics and Government in Cardiff Local Government Cardiff Council • County Hall • City Hall • Rodney Berman Local Government Electoral wards Adamsdown • Butetown • Caerau • Canton • Cathays • Creigiau & St. Fagans • Cyncoed • Ely • Fairwater • Gabalfa • Grangetown • Heath • Llanishen • Lisvane • Llandaff • Llandaff North • Llanrumney • Pentwyn • Pentyrch • Penylan • Plasnewydd • Pontprennau & Old St. Mellons • Radyr & Morganstown • Rhiwbina • Riverside • Rumney • Splott • Trowbridge • Whitchurch & Tongwynlais National Assembly for Wales Constituencies and AMs Cardiff Central (Jenny Randerson • Lib Dem) • Cardiff North (Jonathan Morgan • Cons) • Cardiff West (Rhodri Morgan • Lab) • Cardiff South and Penarth (Lorraine Barrett • Lab) Devolved Administration in Wales Institutions and Venues National Assembly for Wales (Senedd • Tŷ Hywel) • Welsh Assembly Government (Cathays Park • Crown Building) House of Commons Constituencies and MPs Cardiff Central (Jenny Willott • Lib Dem) • Cardiff North (Jonathan Evans • Con) • Cardiff West (Kevin Brennan • Lab) • Cardiff South and Penarth (Alun Michael • Lab) European Parliament Constituencies and MEPs Wales (Jillian Evans • Plaid) • (Kay Swinburne • Con) • (John Bufton • UKIP) • (Derek Vaughan • Lab) Headquarters Plaid Cymru • Wales Green Party • Welsh Conservative Party • Welsh Labour • Welsh Liberal Democrats