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Meet Dwynwen - Caernarfon's new resident Dragon, named after Wales' patron saint of love.

Meet Dwynwen - Caernarfon's new resident Dragon, named after Wales' patron saint of love.

Celtic Cross at Nevern Church, Nevern, Prmbrokeshire, West Wales, UK

Celtic Cross at Nevern Church ~ Nevern, Prmbrokeshire, West Wales, UK

Meet Dwynwen - Caernarfon's new resident Dragon, named after Wales' patron saint of love.

Another amazing dragon has appeared at a Welsh castle

It looks like our favourite dragon has made a new friend

The Lifeboat Tavern ~ Tenby ~ Pembrokeshire ~ Wales ~ UK

~ The Lifeboat Tavern ~ Tenby ~ Pembrokeshire ~ Wales ~ UK ~

Treorchy Male Choir - Myfanwy - YouTube

Myfanwy sung by the Treorchy Male Voice Choir - Mae'n biwtiffwl iawn!

Welsh alphabet (haven't been able to track down a year for this, but it's clearly made in echo of hornbook-style)

The Welsh alphabet (Yr Wyddor Gymraeg). Welsh is a Celtic language spoken in Wales (Cymru). Welsh is fairly closely related to Cornish and Breton, and more distantly related to Irish, Manx and Scottish Gaelic.

Animal Wall at Cardiff Castle, Wales. Originally a Roman fort, it’s now a mixture of buildings from all eras.

The clock Tower and Guarding Lioness at Cardiff Castle, Cardiff, Wales, UK>

LLywelyn Ap Gruffydid, the Great Prince of Wales, Trefiew,Wales. He was "The Last Prince of Wales".

Lywelyn the Great Prince of Wales - (c. 1172 – 11 April was a Prince of Gwynedd in north Wales and eventually de facto ruler over most of Wales. By a combination of war and diplomacy he dominated Wales for 40 years.

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