The national symbols of Wales include a diversity of official and unofficial images
and other symbols. Contents. [hide]. 1 Flags; 2 Heraldry; 3 Other symbols ...
The story of Wales is long. Explains why the emblems include a dragon, a
vegetable, a spoon and a funny-shaped ball.
The leek is worn as a symbol of being proud to be Welsh, especially on St Davids
A note on the Welsh flag. ... and the British were left alone to face Saxon attacks,
the dragon would have been a natural symbol for those who wished to preserve ...
Mar 1, 2010 ... According to one legend about why the Welsh wear leeks on St David's Day ...
why daffodils became popular as an alternative national symbol.
The Welsh national symbols are the red dragon, the leek, and the daffodil—a
strange mixture. Just how did these come about? No one knows for sure, but
Jul 19, 2009 ... My mom and I got this tattoo together :) Celtic Everlasting Love Symbol Tattoo |
Serch Bythol - Welsh celtic knot meaning eternal love | Tattoo ...
There has been much debate on the significance of the different symbols and
motifs used in the carving of lovespoons. Many of the young carvers were shy
Daffodil Facts. In Wales, the daffodil is a symbol of our patron saint, David, (Dewi
Sant in Welsh) and of rebirth and faithfulness because they bloom every year ...
The Leek and the Daffodil - an odd pair of national symbols ... of the legends that
show it was used by the Welsh as a cap badge in battle to show friend from foe.