South Glamorgan County on the Bristol Channel, s Wales; the capital is Cardiff. South Glamorgan is divided into two districts – Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan. The Vale of Glamorgan is fertile agricultural land, and the major economic activity is dairy farming. Cardiff is an industrial district. Industries: engineering, steel. Area: 416sq km (161sq mi). Pop. (2000 est.) 450,400.
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