What was wales and England's relationship like in 1000-1500?
nobody knows i hav been trying to research it and havent gotten anything yet
There relationship was harsh and did not like each other at all! Sadly but it is true..
What are 'englands'.
that's what im trying to find out :'(
We don't have anything like a mascot for the country.
they did things like play kickball
England doesn't have a king (England isn't even a country, it's like asking if Obama is the President of New York) It has a Queen for the moment, the Queen's Heir is Prince Charles the Prince of Wales who is married to Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall (Note: Camilla is the Princess of Wales, but uses the Title "Duchess of Cornwall" out of respect to the late Diana, Princess of Wales Charles' first wife)
a good government and nation and people
South Wales is in Wales not Australia
No, Wales is not like a desert. It receives too much rainfall to be considered a desert.
Something like that but depends on which part of Wales
Wales looks like a pig to me on the map :D
she likes cucumber sandwiches with tea and after she likes clotted cream on a scone
No there are not sharks in north wales because 'there' is spelled there not their like you spelled it.
well i think they are green cuz it looks like it and her name is queen Elizabeth
according to my calculations the dirt is a purpleish yellow color and it has magical rocks that you sit on!
The Federalists were against the Constitution. They wanted their government to be a monarchy -- more like Englands government.
Wales has a land border with England,
Very green, mountous with considerable farmland in mid and west Wales.
the new englands colonies are now the places we have now like Connecticut ect.
Wales has the same money as England, based on the British Pound.
birds like the poo birds and sparrows are likely to migrate in wales
Wales has a buoyant economy - like other parts of the UK prices vary
Santa in wales is famous for giving out presents like every country
they were not even there.
The English flag is a red cross in a white background, the red cross looks very thick.
In welsh its "Helo" which is the formal way and is said exactly like in english or there is informal - North Wales is S'mae? (s-my? and South Wales say it as shoo-my?
its ok like
looks like the one in the snow white
England's flag has a white background with a red 'plus sign' cross on it which symbolises the cross of St. George.
Depends on what time period. Way back with King George ruling, it was pretty much a place with a bunch of rich snobs.
Wales does not have an independent government as it is part of the UK. It has its own parliament and representation within UK parliament; howveer, Wales has no independence over the UK like the Republic of Ireland does.
Often wet with high rainfall
The national colour of Wales is a red dragon on a green and white background. Not sure what 'What I said...' in the question means?
denbigh is in north east wales it is like wiked
Hwyl sounds like Oil but Hoil
Wales doesn't really have a highland like Scotland does, but in the north there is a national park of Snowdonia which contains the biggest mountain in England and Wales, Mt.Snowdon. The mountain range it belongs to is the Cambrian mountain system.
Tec is Filmed in Country of Wales. Wales is part of the UK The original answer was "Wales in England." That's like saying "The Sopranos" was filmed in "New Jersey in New York" Wales is a country West of England and part of the United Kingdom. The United Kingdom consists of Wales, England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Dw i'n byw yun Cymru = I live in Wales Said..... do-ween biew(like view) un come- ri Ti byw yn Cymru= You live in Wales. Said......tea biew(like view) un come- ri
Like most nations, Wales has a few emblems. The Leek, Daffodils, Welsh Dragon, and the Prince's 'three feathers' symbol.
In North Wales "Nain" pronounced like 'nine'; in South Wales "Mam-gu" (pronounced 'mam-gee', g as in 'go')
Yes, New South Wales is an Australian State just like Western Australia, Queensland or others.
Wales has many types of wildlife. They have dolphins, puffins, seals, salmon, and several types of wild fowls like sea birds.
Daily life in Wales is pretty much the same as it is in England, Scotland, Ireland or any other western country.
Only Gareth Bale can answer that question. Get it. Bale is from Wales and whales is like Wales. Funny right.
It's like how your relationship is going or if you are dating or not.
their relationship is like best friends in whole world.