Capital Tower, Cardiff

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Capital Tower located in Cardiff, Wales was the tallest structure in Wales, until 12th Sept 2008 when Meridian Quay in Swansea was topped out. Standing at 80 metres (260 ft) to roof height, Capital Tower is slightly taller than Stadium House, which stands at 78 metres (256 ft) to roof height, though inclusion of the antenna gives Stadium House a pinnacle height of 120 metres (390 ft).The foundations were built on the ruins of a 12th-century friary, much of which had still stood until 1955.



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