“The world is wide to everyone” –Welsh saying

Neanderthals arrive and lived in Wales 230,000 years ago. Homo sapiens arrived 31,000 b.c. The country borders England on the West, Scotland to the south and has the Irish Sea to its western edges. The population hovers over 3.1 million and is known for it’s castles, Ruby for starters and the Welsh language, which is the second oldest language in Europe behind Basque…

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Ken Williams

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