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Caerau Hillfort/Cardiff/Wales 3D Model
Caerau hillfort is one of the largest and best preserved in South Wales. It occupies the western tip of an extensive ridge-top plateau in the western suburbs of Caerau and Ely, Cardiff, Wales.
The old parish church, St Mary’s, and a small ringwork, almost certainly a medieval castle site probably contemporary with the church, stand within the hillfort on the north-eastern side.
Caerau Hillfort is the third largest Iron Age hillfort in Glamorgan enclosing 5.1 hectares (about the size of four football pitches). Recent excavations by Channel Four’s Time Team in April 2012 showed that occupation started about 600BC and lasted, probably not continuously, into the 3rd century AD. (description copied from CAER Heritage Project....couldnt change or add anything
3D model made out of 0,5m DTM lidar data http://lle.gov.wales/home?lang=en
Thanks to Mike Gill for the python coding https://github.com/mike-gill/qgis2sketchfab
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