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The building consists of a Seaman s Mission to the west end and a single gothic church to the east end.
100 An addition 200 berths for leisure boats are located near the mouth of the River Tawe.
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55 The Guildhall is one of the main office buildings in the centre of the city and was designed by Percy Thomas and opened in 1934.
The city expanded rapidly in the 18th and 19th centuries, and was termed "Copperopolis".65 Swansea is part of the Anglican Diocese of Swansea and Brecon and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Menevia.Sea edit Swansea Marina to the south of the city centre has berths for 410 leisure boats.The Guardian named it one of Britain's blue-riband top 10 category beaches (2007).The final ball landed on the ground past the Cricketers' pub just outside the ground.65 There are small communities of other religions, each making up a little under 1 per cent of the total population.Retrieved ee Place-Names in Glamorgan, Gwynedd.Swansea, for a time period, was the wettest city from data provided by the Met Office, 39 but new 2017 data from the same weather company revealed that Cardiff is the soggiest city in Britain with Swansea dropping to 11th.Citation needed Of the 105,900 people estimated to work within the City and County of Swansea, over 90 are employed in the service sectors, with relatively high shares (compared to the Welsh and UK averages) in public administration, education health and banking, finance insurance,.23 Mumbles Pier About three quarters of Swansea is bordered by the seathe Loughor Estuary, Swansea Bay and the Bristol Channel.