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What are some common symbols used to represent Wales, and why are they used? The national emblem of Wales is the vegetable called the leek (Allium ampeloprasum, called cenhinen in Welsh). Various legends relate that St David, Wales’ patron saint, or King Cadwaladr, instructed Welsh soldiers to use leeks on their helmets to distinguish themselves…
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