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Welcome to Wales Wales is a part of the United Kingdom and is located in Wales is very mountainous, Snowdonis the highest mountain in Wales and England. CardiffCardiff CastleMillennium StadiumThe Romans settled in Cardiff in 55AD and built a Symbols of WalesSt. David St. David is the patron saint of Wales. The daffodil is also a Welsh national emblem because its Welsh name English and Welsh are the two official languages of Wales. English is Since the 12th century we have records of an annual competition (or
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Слайд 1 Welcome to Wales

Welcome to Wales

Слайд 2 Wales is a part of the

Wales is a part of the United Kingdom and is located United Kingdom and is located in a wide peninsula in the western portion of the island of Great Britain. Wales is surrounded by water on three sides: to the north, the Irish Sea; to the south, the Bristol Channel; and to the west, Saint George's Channel and Cardigan Bay.

Слайд 3 Wales is very mountainous, Snowdonis the

Wales is very mountainous, Snowdonis the highest mountain in Wales and highest mountain in Wales and England.
The Dee River, with its headwaters in Bala Lake, the largest natural lake in Wales, flows through northern Wales into England. Numerous smaller rivers cover the south, including the Usk, Wye, Teifi, and Towy.


Слайд 4 Cardiff
Cardiff Castle
Millennium Stadium
The Romans settled in

CardiffCardiff CastleMillennium StadiumThe Romans settled in Cardiff in 55AD and built Cardiff in 55AD and built a military fort on the site of Cardiff Castle.
Cardiff has been transformed into a sporting capital since the completion of the Millennium Stadium, hosting events such as the Six Nations, the FA Cup and the Wales Rally GB.
Cardiff became a city in 1905 and was crowned the capital of Wales in 1955
Today, Cardiff has a population of 328,000 and attracts more than 12 million visitors a year

Слайд 5 Symbols of Wales
St. David
St. David

Symbols of WalesSt. David St. David is the patron saint of is the patron saint of Wales. He was a monk who lived on bread, water, herbs and leeks and died on March 1, 589 A. D.

The leek had been recognized as the emblem of Wales since the middle of the 16th century.

It was decided that from 1984, British £1 coins would feature different reverse designs for each of the four parts of the United Kingdom. All £1 coins dated 1985 feature on the reverse the Welsh Leek


Слайд 6 The daffodil is also a Welsh

The daffodil is also a Welsh national emblem because its Welsh national emblem because its Welsh name is translated as a type of leek.

The Red Dragon of Wales, although perhaps of Chinese origin, was introduced to Britain by the Romans some eighteen hundred years ago.

A favourite souvenir for the tourists is a Welsh love spoon. They are made of wood and are carved very beautifully. Originally, they were made by young men as a love token for their sweethearts. There are many different designs demonstrating the skill and love of the hopefulsuitor. If the girl kept this present, all was well, but if she sent it back, she did not want him.


Слайд 7 English and Welsh are the two

English and Welsh are the two official languages of Wales. English official languages of Wales. English is the most widely spoken language.
Just over 3 million people live in Wales. The majority of people that live in Wales ,live in Southern Wales, while the remaining population lives in Northern Wales.
Wales has always been known as a country of music and song.

Слайд 8 Since the 12th century we have

Since the 12th century we have records of an annual competition records of an annual competition (or Eisteddfod [ais'teSvad] in Welsh), which was held to find the best poets, writers and musicians in the country. Originally only professionals took part, but now the Eisteddfod is open to the public and, because all the events are in Welsh, it encourages a strong interest in the Welsh arts.