St. David’s Day or Dydd Gwyl Dewi Sant in Welsh, is the feast day of the patron saint of Wales, Saint David. He was born on the south-west coast of Wales, in a similar location to where St. David’s is today, where there are many stories about miracles happening.
St. David’s Day is celebrated on the 1st of March every year.
A tradition for marking St. David’s Day involves wearing Wales’ national emblems, a daffodil and a leek. Across the country, people celebrate in their town by hosting their own parades, parties and performances, whilst many of Wales’ tourist spots let people come to visit them for free.
Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Sant Hapus!
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