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Transcript of Wales
From the sixteenth to the twentieth century
Flora and fauna
Welsh food and drink
Knowledge of the Welsh language
Secretary of State
The English words "Wales" and "Welsh" derived from the same Germanic root (singular Wahl, Walha plural), which was in turn derived from the name of the Celtic tribe known to the Romans as Volcae and came to refer indiscriminately to all Celts and later all the inhabitants of the Roman Empire.
It is 170 miles (270 km) north to south and 60 miles (97 km) east-west.
Wales bordered by England to the east and by sea in all other directions: the Irish Sea to the north and west, St George's Channel and Celtic southwest and the Bristol Channel sea to the south.
Over 50 islands lie off the Welsh mainland; the largest being Anglesey, northwest.
Nos Galan Races
St Dwynwen's Day
Rey Arturo (king)
Ricardo Gwyn (was a school teacher)
Eduardo II de Inglaterra (King of England and Lord of Ireland)
Anthony Hopkins (actor wales)
Dylan Thomas (writer)
Tom Jones (musician and singer)
Mark Williams (snooker player.)
Catherine Zeta-Jones (actress)