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The national symbols of Wales include a diversity of official and unofficial images and other ... Flag of Wales 2.svg .... The leek is the national emblem of Wales.

www.wales.com/national-symbols

The Welsh for leek (the original national emblem) is Cenhinen, while the Welsh for daffodil is Cenhinen Pedr. Over the years they became confused until the ...

www.visitwales.com/explore/traditions-history/national-symbols

The story of Wales is long. Explains why the emblems include a dragon, a vegetable, a spoon and a funny-shaped ball.

www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/wales/entries/531cbdfa-be23-3bfa-b37e-446b779a94ec

Feb 28, 2013 ... Scotland has the thistle, England a rose, Ireland the shamrock. Wales? The Welsh have two national emblems, not counting the blood-red ...

www.historic-uk.com/HistoryUK/HistoryofWales/The-Leek-National-emblem-of-the-Welsh

Proudly sported every St. David's Day and at every Welsh international rugby match, the leek is now widely recognised as the national symbol of Wales.

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There are many explanations of how the leek came to be adopted as the national emblem of Wales. One is that St David advised the Welsh, on the eve of battle ...

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The leek and the daffodil - both emblems of Wales. They share the Welsh name Ceninen. The leek is known to have been displayed as a Welsh emblem in 1536  ...

www.wales-calling.com/culture/leek-and-daffodil.htm

The Leek and the Daffodil - an odd pair of national symbols. Daffodil nation symbol of Wales. The Leek The connection between Wales and the leek is obscure.