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Leire, Uxue and Amets
Leire, Uxue and Amets
Leire, Uxue and Amets
Leire, Uxue and Amets
Leire, Uxue and Amets
Leire, Uxue and Amets
Leire, Uxue and Amets
Leire, Uxue and Amets
Leire, Uxue and Amets
Leire, Uxue and Amets
Leire, Uxue and Amets
Leire, Uxue and Amets
Leire, Uxue and Amets
Leire, Uxue and Amets
Leire, Uxue and Amets
Leire, Uxue and Amets
Leire, Uxue and Amets
Leire, Uxue and Amets
Leire, Uxue and Amets
Leire, Uxue and Amets
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  • 1. THIS IS THE FLAG OF THE COUNTRY
  • 2. THE MOST IMPORTANT CITY IS… CARDIFF • Cardiff is the capital and largest city in Wales • The city is the country's chief commercial centre, the base for most national cultural and sporting institutions, the Welsh national media, and the seat of the National Assembly for Wales. • Cardiff is a significant tourist centre and the most popular visitor destination in Wales.
  • 3. SAINT DAVID He was a Welsh bishop of Menevia during the 6th century; he was later regarded as a saint and as the patron saint of Wales.
  • 4. SAINT DAVID´S DAY St David´s day is their national day. They celebrate in 1st March. Celebrations included concerts, a parade an a food festival.
  • 5. DAFFODILS ARE THE FLORAL EMBLEM OF WALES
  • 6. BARA BRITH It is a sweet bread made with raisins. Bara Brith translates to ‘speckled bread’ and is a traditional Welsh fruit loaf made with tea.
  • 7. WELSH CREMPOG There are thick pancakes, thicker than an crepe and bigger than a pikelet, made with or without yeast, with buttermilk, oats or speckled with raisins or currants.
  • 8. WELSH RAREBIT It is a bit like ‘posh cheese on toast’ this is a famous Welsh dish, originating from the 18th century, include Welsh cheese, ale and mustard mixed up and served on toast.
  • 9. St David’s Cathedral • It is situated in St Davids in the county of Pembrokeshire, on the most westerly point of Wales. • The monastic community was founded by Saint David.
  • 10. Caerphilly Castle, South Wales Valleys • The castle was constructed by Gilbert de Clare in the 13th century. • Is the biggest castle in Wales.
  • 11. Cardiff Castle • It’s a medieval castle. It was built in the late 11th century by Norman invaders.
  • 12. The National Museum of Cardiff • It was founded in 1905. • It is a museum and art gallery in Cardiff. • The museum is part of the National Museum Wales.
  • 13. Princess Diana • She was born in 1961, and she died in 1997. • She was the first wife of Charles, Prince of Wales. • From 1989, she was the president of Great Ormond Street Hospital for children.
  • 14. Catherine Zeta-Jones • She is a famous actress of Wales. • Some of her famous films are The Mask of Zorro, Traffic, and Chicago.
  • 15. Ken Follet • He is a Welsh author of thrillers and historical novels. • Some of his books are The Pillars of the Earth, World Without End and Fall of Giants.

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