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Wales

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Femke Fouw

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Transcript of Wales

Wales
design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi
History
People and culture
Climate
Geography
Minister and royals
Sights
Celebrities
Language
First of March
St. David's Day
Parades
Capital city Cardiff
Patron
Churches and monasteries
The leek / Cenhinen
The narcissus / Cenhinen Pedr
Funny confusion
Bara Brith
Cawl
Contents
People and culture
Moderate sea climate
Average 16 degrees
Average 5 degrees
Rain
South/North
Mountains
Wind
Spring
Climate
Roald Dahl


Gareth Bale


Aimee Anne Duffy


Catherina Zeta-Jones
History
Geography
Minister and royals
Sights
Celebrities
Language
Questions?
Location
Flag
Cardiff
Mountainous landscape
Cardiff Castle
Snowdonia National Park
Welsh Mountain Zoo and Botanical Gardens
Great Orme Tramway
Cardiff Castle
Location
Wedding, meeting
Activities, tours
Snowdonia National Park
National Park
Nature
Things to do
loose area
many
population
Cardiff
bilingual
over
3 million
Same as England
Queen Elisabeth
Prince Charles
Prince William
Same as England
David Cameron
Royals
Minister
Welsh Mountain Zoo
and Botanical Gardens
37 acres woodland
Zoo keeper for a day
Adopt an animal
Great Orme Tramway
Great Orme, North Wales
Since 1902
Crash 1932
160.000 passengers a year
Welsh
English
Celtic
the hen wlad fly nathau
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