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WALES

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Transcript of WALES

design by SHARON LEE
SEVEN WONDERS OF WALES
MARRIAGE AND CIVIL PARTNERSHIP
cuisine of wales
Asians are one of the largest minority ethnic groups in wales (0.4%)
White people have the majority (92.1%)
Close to 18,000 people are of mixed ethnic origin.
Religion: majority are christians while there other religions like Islam and Indian Hindus also exsist
RELIGION
MUSIC AND DRAMA
WALES
FACTS
1) It is a part of the of United Kingdom.
2) Population of Wales is 3,082,400
3) Total area under Wales is 20,779 km2
4) Languages spoken in Wales is Welsh and English
5) Cardiff is the capital of wales
HISTORY
SYMBOLS
Pistyll
Rhaeadr
wrexham
steeple
OVERTON
YEW
TREES
St Winefride's well
Llangolle bridge
Gresford
bells
Snowdon's mountain
late Neolithic era
Under the Kingdom of Great Britain (1707-1801) and United Kingdom (from 1801 onwards)
Motto of Wales: "Cymru am Byth" which means Wales forever
Roman Invasion in AD 48
Independent 400AD to 13th Century
(AGE OF SAINTS)
NORMANDY: Rule of English King
WISHING WELLS
RED DRAGON OF WALES
St. David - Patron Saint of Wales
DAFFODIL: National Emblem
LEEK: Emblem of wales
GEOGRAPHY &
CLIMATE
MOUNTAINOUS TERRITORY
NATIONAL PARKS
COASTAL: Beaches
CLIMATE
TIMEZONE: GMT
EDUCATION
A child's age on 1 September determines the point of entry into the relevant stage of education.
The Foundation Phase
Compulsory GCSE and the non-compulsory A-level or BTEC qualifications at age 16 and 18 respectively
22 per cent of classes in maintained primary schools used Welsh as the sole or main medium of instruction.
Adult Community learning
AND
Higher Education Funding Council for Wales
CLINTON RODRIGUES
VIVEK
ANUJ
SANA

FESTIVALS
traditional festivals
MABSANT
Saint David's Day
Calan Gaeaf
"Mary's Festival of the Candles" - February 2
HOLIDAYS IN WALES
March 20–21: Spring Equinox
May 1: May Day
Eisteddfod
December 21–22: A Winter Solstice or Midwinter festival
Land of the last song
National Eisteddfod
Choir singing
TRADITIONAL MUSIC
FOLK MUSIC
POP N ROCK MUSIC
tHE bLACKOUT
DRAMA AND THEATRE
sports
RUGBY TEAM
FOOTBALL TEAM
LACROSSE TEAM
ECONOMY & CURRENCY
1) Currency of Wales if Pound Sterling
2) Major exports are: Energy, metals and engineering.
3) Local economy depends majorly on tourism
SHEEP REARING
MINING: Iron and Coal
STEEL PRODUCTION
Hornpipe
Bagpipes
BRITISH TELECOMMUNICATION PLC
Fixedline telephony
Mobile telephony
Broadband internet
Fibre-optic communication
Digital television
IT services
BT Global Services
BT Retail
BT Wholesale
Openreach
BT Technology, Service & Operations
Cable & Wireless Worldwide Plc
Deutsche Telekom AG
VODAFONE GROUP PLC
Founded in 1980
Headquarters in London
Revenue £18.017 billion (2013)
PRODUCTS
DIVISIONS
COMPETITORS
THANK
YOU
PRINCE OF WALES
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