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This lamp used to hang above the entrance to the Kings Cross pub. The building that the Kings Cross was housed in has had a number of different uses, but was called the Kings Cross pub by c.1907. The Kings Cross pub attracted the LGBTQ+ community from the 1970s until its closure in 2010. A visitor to the 2012 Cardiff Mardi Gras recalled: “Cardiff Kings Cross was my first experience of a gay night out. It was a lovely night and really opened my eyes to how open and accepting a gay night out in town can be. Shame that it’s closed.”

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