Welcome to Wales
Are you going on to wales well then this is the place to go
In Wales they speak polish and welsh
this is polish
where is the food here : gdzie tu jest jedzenie
my name is jordan: nazywam się Jordan
good morning : dzień dobry
how is your day going:sut mae eich diwrnod yn mynd.
this is welsh
where is the food here : lle mae yna y bwyd yma
my name is jordan :fy enw i yw Iorddonen
good morning:bore duw
how is your day going: jaki jest twój dzień będzie
this how much a dollar equals in Wales:sixty-four cents in wales equals a us dollar and a pound is what they call a dollar.
Major Cities In Wales
Three Major Cities
Cardiff ,Swansea ,Newport
Cardiff:it is known for its very beautiful landmarks. Cardiff is one of the flattest cities in Britain. Cardiff is a city of parks and has more green space per person than any other UK city. The world’s first 1 million check was signed in Cardiff’s coal exchange. Cardiff hosted the very first game of the London 2012 Olympics, two days before the opening ceremony
Swansea: Swansea has been recently named as the cleanest city in Wales and is the second cleanest city in the whole of the UK.
Swansea was once called Sweins ey, which roughly translates as Swein’s island. It is not certain who Swein was, but legend has it that he was a Norseman who built a fort in Swansea in 100AD and used it as a base to raid the rest of Wales. In 1823 the first ever human fossil was discovered near Swansea in the Gower Peninsula. The Red Lady of Paviland (who is actually a man) dates back over 33,000 years and was dyed by the red ochre in the surrounding rocks
Newport:Some of Newport's most notable museums and art galleries include the city's outstanding 'Open-Air Museum' - which offers a sculpture trail around the city, passing many prominent art works along the way. Around Newport you will also discover a number of rather eye-catching buildings, many of which have a particularly interesting past. The third-biggest city in the whole of the country, Newport stands in the Gwent area and is an important centre of industry and commerce.
some holidays that they celebrate
The holidays that they celebrate:
march:1st – St David’s Day:is the feast day of Saint David, the patron saint of Wales, and falls on 1 March each year.
new years eve
The customs that they celebrate
mari lwyd:the mari lwyd it is a christian tradition to bring luck.they make a skeleton of a hores and say that is a pre christian holiday to bring luck
lovespoons :The giving and receiving of lovespoons between lovers, friends and family is a Welsh custom that dates back to the 17th century.
calennig:Calennig means New Year celebration/gift. The giving of gifts on New Year's Day is an ancient custom.In Wales children would call from door to door collection Calennig (New Year’s Gift). They would go from house to house, bearing good wishes for the health and prosperity during the year to come.
some foods that Wales is known for
the weather is modern climate , slightly unpredictable,and it changes quickly the modern climate means that it is not too cold and not too hot.
the longitude and latitude
the latitude and longitude:51.4833° N, 3.1833° W
the land forms in wales:lleyn peninsula
sports that they play
5 Interesting facts about wales
1. The letters K, Q, V and Z do not appear in the Welsh alphabet at all.
2. Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwyll-llantysiliogogogoch is the name of a town in North Wales which translates as “The church of St. Mary in the hollow of white hazel trees near the rapid whirlpool by St. Tysilio’s of the red cave”. It is believed to be the longest place name in the world.
3.The population sheep in Wales is four times greater than the Welsh population of humans.
4. Only 21% of the entire Welsh population of Wales can speak the native language
5.Mount Everest was named after Welshman Sir George Everest from Gwernvale, Breconshire.