The flag of Wales is a red dragon passant on a green and white field. As with many heraldic charges, the exact representation of the dragon is not standardized and many renderings exist. 

The flag incorporates the red dragon of Cadwaladr, King of Gwynedd, along with the Tudor colours of green and white. It was used by Henry VII at the Battle of Bosworth in 1485, after which it was carried in state to St Paul’s Cathedral. The red dragon was then included as a supporter of the Tudor royal arms to signify their Welsh descent. 


The two official languages of Wales are English and Welsh. English is the primary official language, able to be used in all situations whereas Welsh only has official status in limited but significant situations as defined by legislation. Both languages, for example, have equal status within the National Assembly. Almost the entire population of Wales is able to speak English, and around a quarter can speak Welsh, to varying levels of fluency.   


Rachel Roberts

 Rachel Roberts was a Welsh actress. She is best remembered for her forthright screen performances as the older mistress of the central male character in two key films of the 1960s.

Thomas Alun Rhys Davies

Thomas Alun Rhys Davies (born 12 February 1964) is a Welsh Labor Cooperative politician and former Welsh Government Minister .


Wales’ map

Wales, which is one of the four nations that make up the United Kingdom, is a historical and administrative region of Great Britain. Its capital is  Cardiff which is located to the south east, near the English border on the Bristol Canal, deep inlet on which flows the River Severn, the longest in Britain, along with England, Northern Ireland and Scotland.  Wales forms a vast peninsular conjecture that stretches for 20,779 km and overlooks the Irish Sea at North, from the Bristol Channel to S, from the Canal of St George to West.  

 At Est the border with England; Essentially mountainous, the territory can be identified with the  Cambrian Mountains at North, shorter rivers on the western side, while the longer ones have an eastern direction with deep estuaries. Given the geographical location, the climate is clearly Atlantic, with abundant and well distributed rainfall throughout the year.


The first historical findings of resident populations in Wales are around 29 000 years ago. The Principality of Wales lost its independence in 1282 when King Edward I of England defeated the Welsh ruler Llywelyn II, the last of the Welsh kings to have maintained its independence, in the battle of Cilmeri. The Welsh legislation was not replaced by the English one up to the Acts of Union .


Cardiff castle

Cardiff castle is a medieval fortress built in1081 by the Normans on the remains of a Roman fort. It was restored several times in different architectural styles .One of the last restorations dates back to William Burges , in the 18th century.  


Castle Coch

Another   castle near Cardiff is Castel Coch. Designed by William Burges at the end of the 18th century on the remains of a medieval fortress it looks like a fairy tale castle. Its name means “ red  castle “.

Cathedral of Llandaff

Cathedral of Llandaff  It is a Anglican church built 1107 on the remains of a previous structure…

Snowdonia National Park

The Snowdonia National Park t was in 1995 the third largest park in Britain.


Welsh Triple Harp

For  Welsh music is very important. Between the many  types  of music important are rock, jazz, pop and celtic music. The greatest  innovators of Welsh music is Thomas Jones Woodwort.


Wales has bean influence by British. The most typical dishes are ausini rarebit Wales, bara  brith, cowl, faggots, montfich, glamorgan sausage.

Realized by: I. Klochkova, G. Livio, S. Lauretta, C. Ronsisvalle, C. Toscano.