Let's think about Wales national flag and sport
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Let's think about Wales national flag and sport

by Keisuke Koga
(Chofu, Tokyo, Japan)

This is the location of Wales in Britain

This is the location of Wales in Britain

Wales is located in the direction of about 125 miles west from London. And Wales is separated from Ireland by the sea, and is surrounded by Liverpool Bay, Cardigan Bay, and Bristol Channel.

Wales has many traditions of Celt culture. The red dragon which is one of these traditions is a symbol of Wales and has continued up until now. And this red dragon is contained in the national flag of Wales.

The most popular sport in Wales is rugby. While soccer is popular in northern Britain, rugby is a part of the identity in Wales.

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