The National Flag of Wales is universally known to all Welshmen and women and to many others around the world. It has consistently been judged as one of the most iconic flags of the world, not just being of an arrangement of colours but that of a fiery Welsh dragon – Y Ddraig Goch!
The Preseli Hills are a range of hills in west Wales forming part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, with Foel Cwmcerwyn being the highest point at 1758 feet.The Preseli Bluestones of Stonehenge are believed to have come from these hills...
The Welsh National Anthem - Hen Wlad fy Nhadau (Land of my Fathers) was composed by father and son Evan and James James in 1856 in Pontypridd. It is an iconic National Anthem and is generally considered to be among the finest anthems of the world. History and lyrics.
Hen Galan – An unusual Welsh celebration
In the tiny wooded Welsh village of Cwm Gwaun near Fishguard in Pembrokeshire, locals are keeping old traditions alive by celebrating the New Year 13 days after everyone else.