Fairy Glen in Wales

Fairy Glen, Betws-y-coed, Wales photo via kris "If I lived here, I'd believe in fairies, too.


Fairy-tale Cottages in England. Today is enchanting English cottages. These fairy-tale cottages have ivy or moss growing on them.

#CwmIdwal #Cymru #Wales #mountains #lake #snowdonia

Beautiful natural scene from Snowdonia, Wales with velvety grass and stunning rock features near fresh water shores.

Beautiful View of River Conway, Wales

The Fairy Glen Gorge, Conwy River, Wales photo via igor. Only nature could have painted something so beautiful.

‘Y Wyddor’ (c1900) literally spells the end to an era during which Welsh culture and language were considered inferior - and the latter nearly eradicated. The bleak days of the ‘Welsh Not’ began in the 1840s and lasted well into the 20th century. Today at least twenty per cent of Welsh households are fluent in Cymraeg.

The Welsh alphabet (Yr Wyddor Gymraeg). Welsh is a Celtic language spoken in Wales (Cymru). Welsh is fairly closely related to Cornish and Breton, and more distantly related to Irish, Manx and Scottish Gaelic.

'Ein Tad': Gweddi'r Arglwydd gan Vera Law, 1923 / The Lord's Prayer in Welsh

'Ein Tad': Gweddi'r Arglwydd gan Vera Law, 1923 / The Lord's Prayer in Welsh, Our father which art in heaven hallowed be thy name.

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aqua, red, yellow, green, New Zealand / Landscape / Farm / Buildings: classic New Zealand landscape in a rural farm in Nelson. by CubaGallery

Waiheke Island.New Zealand

Road around from Blackpool to Surfdale,Waiheke Island.New Zealand

Waiheke Island, New Zealand

Waiheke Island, New Zealand

Gogledd Cymru

Gogledd Cymru