Wales

Travelling in Wales

Wales
Wales

Travelling in Wales

  1. Wales is a part of the United Kingdom.
  2. The capital city of Wales is Cardiff.
  3. The population of Wales is 3.136 million people.
  4. Wales is roughly 20,800 square km.
  5. The currency of Wales is Pounds Sterling.
  6. Wales is a bilingual country, people speak both Welsh and English there.
  7. The Patron Saint of Wales is St David and his national day is the 1st of March.
  8. The flag of Wales is the red dragon on a green and white background and is known as ‘Y Ddraig Goch’.
  9. The national symbols of Wales are the leek and the daffodil.

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