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It takes something pretty unique for the word "Newport" to be trending in Cardiff on Twitter.
But the city had arrived when its larger neighbour was talking about it. The world of social media woke up early for the Nato summit.
The summit certainly kept Twitter busy and it might explain - apart from the 9,500 police officers, road blocks and security fencing - why the streets of the capital were generally quiet and people were staying at home, online.
In Newport itself, the sight of armoured vehicles being displayed on the Celtic Manor golf course was a popular shared photo. Just think of the score if Europe had these in the Ryder Cup?
It was a demonstration of the high skills of the south Wales workforce who manufacture them, but the skills of those with Photoshop was also in evidence.
The summit also brought some unusual sights on the streets - and in the air - with Cardiff in particular not used to such a security operation. And there were also some special moments, not least for pupils at a primary school in Newport.