Wales

What do people eat when they are celebrating saint David's day?

The traditional St.Davids Day meal starts off with cawl (pronounced 'cowl'), a hearty broth of mutton & vegetables, and is followed by leeks with either bacon or pork in cheese sauce. Lavabread (made from lava seaweed) is sometimes eaten on toast as a side dish. Variations on the St.David's D...

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How do people celebrate St. David's Day?

Singing songs is just one of the ways to celebrate St. David's Day. Giving bunches of daffodils is customary, as well as eating dishes made with leeks, such as leek and potato soup.

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How do you celebrate St David's Day?

St. David is the patron saint of Wales and his feast-day the International Day of the Welsh People, so wearing a daffodil or leek would be very appropriate. Yearly there will be a street parade in Cardiff and Colwyn Bay, well worth a watch if you can get S4C on your TV. Try throwing a party or fe...

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What kind of traditional clothing did English people wear?

Strange to say, the English do not have a particularly typical national dress. In Britain, the Scotsmen in the north, in Scotland, of course have the kilt (a tartan skirt), the sporran (a type of purse that hangs in front) the dirk (a dagger held in a calf-length sock, and a tartan hat, the 'Tam-...

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Does Wales have a national costume and what does it look like?

The popular image of Welsh 'national' dress, is of a woman in a red cloak and tall black hat. However to describe this will be somewhat difficult so please see related link below for pictures

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What do Welsh people eat on St. David's Day?

Wales is famed for its leeks, lamb, seafood and seaweed (laver) so any dish containing these would be traditional. Typical Welsh dishes include cawl (lamb and leek stew), laver bread, and steamed cockles. Welsh cakes, cooked on a bakestone, are traditional, as are faggots and roast lamb with lave...

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What are the 3 rounds in the eisteddfod?

The Eisteddfod takes place in Wales. It is a Welsh festival about literature, music, and artistic performance to promote and celebrate Welshness. See related links for more information about the festival.

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Is Wales an enjoyable holiday?

I live in wales and fispite the rain we have in spring winter and autumn we have lovely spots to go on holidays in the summer the hills are lovely and the coast is greate aswell so i would say yes it is good for hollidays

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How far is it from Liverpool to Wales?

Not sure how to answer this - Liverpool is a city (in England) while Wales is a country. Are you looking at a particular city in Wales?

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What kinds of holidays does Wales have?

Wales celebrates New Year's Day, St. David's Day, Good Friday, Easter, May Day, Christmas, and Boxing Day.

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Why do Welsh people celebrate st David's day?

Because st. david is Wales's patron saint in a religious way

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Why do welsh people eat leaks raw on st davids day?

that the leek was linked with St. David and adopted as a national symbol because of its importance to the national diet in days of old, particularly in Lent.. Its also recorded that St David instructed the Welsh soldiers fighting against the Saxons to wear the leek "proudly and prominently" so th...

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Does Wales celebrate Halloween?

Yes, people in Wales do celebrate Halloween.

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Is Caerphilly castle doing fireworks this year?

yes.. firework display is at 7.15pm on Saturday 1st November 2008

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