It is most often known for its reviews of hotels and restaurants but the website Trip Advisor has given a certificate of excellence to the National Assembly of Wales building.
The website awards the certificate to attractions 'that consistently earn great reviews from travellers.'
The Senedd has more than 90 reviews rating it as "excellent" or "very good".
We are delighted to receive a Certificate of Excellence from Trip Advisor.
The iconic Parliament represents the heart of democracy and devolution in Wales. The accessibility, transparency and sustainability are the principles underlying the building and I am pleased that we have been recognised in such a positive way.
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Watch last night's performance here:
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