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Wales. The Patron Saint of Wales is Saint David He became renowned as a teacher and preacher , founding monastic settlements and churches in Wales, Dumnonia , and Brittany. Wales’s Flag.
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The Patron Saint of Wales is Saint David He became renowned as a teacher and preacher, founding monastic settlements and churches in Wales, Dumnonia, and Brittany.
Wales’s Flag The flag of Wales (Welsh: BanerCymru or Y DdraigGoch, meaning "The Red Dragon") consists of a red dragon passant on a green and white field. The dragon as a major flag design element is shared with the flag of Bhutan. The dragon is also the royal beast of Wales.
National anthemAs Wales is part of the United Kingdom and officially sings the hymn British national, "The land of my fathers," was adopted as the national anthem of Wales. • Maehenwladfynhadauynannwyl i mi Gwladbeirdd a chantorion,enwogion o fri, Ei gwrolrhyfelwyr, gwladgarwyr tra mad, Trosryddidgollasanteugwaed. • Gwlad, Gwlad,pleidolwyf i'm gwlad, Tra morynfuri'r burhoff bau. O bydded i'r heniaith, barhau.
National flower or plant The leek is known to have been displayed as a Welsh emblem in 1536 and in Henry V, Shakespeare acknowledged this as an ancient custom. One legend tells of a battle between the Welsh and the Saxons fought in a field of leeks. At some time in the past, the leek was an important part of the diet but it is not commonly eaten today. It is delicious when part of the traditional leek and potato soup.
Traditionaldishis a cawl: rich stew made with bacon, scraps of Welsh lamb and vegetables.
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