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The Welsh flag is known as Y Ddraig Goch (The Red Dragon) and was officially adopted as late as 1958, although references to it date back as early as the 4th century. In the 7th century it was adopted by Cadwaladr, Prince of Gwynedd, as the charge of his battle standard.
Green and white were the colours of the princes of Gwynedd (hence the adoption of the leek as a national emblem), and it is said that the famous Welsh chief Owen Glyndwr of Glendower used a form of the current flag during his guerilla war against the English in the 14th century. These colours (green and white) were later adopted by the house of Tudor.Contact us to purchase