Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas

Wales

Castles, lambs, leeks, harps, Welsh gold - of which Royal brides have wedding rings crafted,Dragons and The Daffodil, national flower, all part of the wonderful Welsh heritage. Wales is often called the "Land of Castles" and rightly so, as it is home to some of Europe's finest surviving examples of medieval castle construction. This small country is rich in beauty and history - and of my heritage.
43 Pins4 Followers

Pinned from

welsh-harps.com

Kate Middleton Royal Wedding Ring made of Welsh gold http://www.ecouterre.com/kate-middletons-royal-wedding-ring-is-made-from-repurposed-local-welsh-gold/#

24

Pinned from

ecouterre.com

In the heart of rural Wales the harp is still hand made by skilled harp makers at Telynau Teifi, The Harp Centre of Wales in Llandysul. Harps are very important to Wales - the harp's musical heritage is deeply and passionately entrenched in our culture, and the harp is undoubtedly our national instrument

14
4

Pinned from

cardiganshirecoastandcountry.com

Welsh gold dragon Welsh gold is known to have been mined by the Romans and to this day is mined by hand. Worn by early Welsh princes as a badge of rank, the tradition is echoed today with wedding rings of a number of Royal brides http://www.wales-calling.com/mining.htm#

11
1

Pinned from

wales-calling.com

Two symbols of Wales - The Welsh Dragon on its flag and the Welsh harp undiscoveredbritain.com

3

Pinned from

undiscoveredbritain.com

The Brecon Beacons National Park

1

Pinned from

google.com

brecon beacons national park - Sgwd yr Eira (waterfall)

1

Pinned from

google.com