Though part of the United Kingdom, Wales is very much a country in its own right. Though the majority of Welsh citizens speak English, many also speak the native tongue (Cymraeg), and visitors will find a strong, positive pride predominating among the Welsh regarding their distinctive history and heritage. Wales also has three UNESCO World Heritage sites: the Castles and Town walls of King Edward I in Gwynedd; Pontcysyllte Aqueduct; and the Blaenavon Industrial Landscape.
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Not many countries choose a dragon as their national animal. Wales does. The Welsh are in a class by themselves. For generations, they have been staunch supporters of their ancient native language, protectors of their distinct culture and traditio...View Journey »
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